Banding of nitrogen rather than broadcast incorporation is effective to decrease nitrogen losses by immobilization. Disease infestation Well nourished, healthy plants provide a measure of resistance to many disease organisms.
Erosion Nitrogen fertilizer can be lost in runoff waters and through soil erosion caused by either wind or water. India stands second in the production of wheat in the world contributing over 13 per cent of the total area and 12 percent of the total production of wheat in the world.
For example, on soils that originally contain very low levels of nitrogen, if inadequate nitrogen is applied, then the nitrogen will be utilized primarily for vegetative growth and perhaps not enough will be left for maximum protein production.
Some of the sulfonylurea herbicides should not be applied to soils with a pH greater than 7. Butmarconi wheat tritium durum on the black soils of the Deccan Peninsula and tritium dicoccum on the red soils of the Nilgiri Hills are notable exceptions.
Soils that have low plant available nitrogen will require more fertilizer nitrogen. Generally, it is not advisable to apply fertilizer to frozen soils. Monocultural agriculture thus causes low crop diversity, especially when the seeds are mass-produced or when plants such as grafted fruit trees and banana plants are cloned.
Greatest volatile losses can occur where there is just enough moisture to put fertilizer into solution, but not enough to move it in to the soil, followed by hot, dry windy conditions. The availability of water, soil pH level, and temperature similarly influence crop growth.
By this time, control is difficult and most crop damage has already occurred.
These weeds are best controlled when herbicides are applied in the fall shortly after emergence, when plants are growing rapidly but before they become well tillered. The traditional wheat growing region of the north-western India receives an annual rainfall of 40 to 75 cm.
A surfactant at 0. It forms the staple food for people in the northern and north-western parts of the country. Coarse textured soils with water tables deeper than 1. Farmers can increase within-crop diversity to some extent by planting mixtures of crop varieties; they can further increase in-field diversity by polycultural practices such as intercropping and companion planting.
Sample collection and analysis of the physico-chemical and microbiological parameters were conducted using international and national standards and indicators.
While the shortage of rainfall may be made up by irrigation the excess of moisture retards the plant growth. There are both winter annual grass weeds and winter annual broadleaf weeds.
There are spatial and temporary variations which require targeted monitoring, while so far the river recovers well from localized pollution.
Light loam, sandy loam, and clay loam are well suited for wheat cultivation. Summer annuals emerge in spring when soils reach a certain temperature. Select All Displaying 54 publications Ahmad, Waqas. The study showed that the water quality within the middle catchment of the Densu Basin varies according to sampling site and season.
Adding sulfur increases crop injury. The release of nitrogen from soil organic matter is controlled by soil micro-organisms. The guidelines for Maximum Economic Yield - Spring Wheat Production suggests split applications of nitrogen as follows:. Dynamic Effects of Drought on the U.S.
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