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Land, soil and water management

By: Srivastava, K.L.
Contributor(s): Abiye Astatke [coaut.] | Hailu Regassa [coaut.] | Selamyihun Kidanu [coaut.] | Tekalign Mamo [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1993ISBN: 92-9053-269-6.Subject(s): Africa | Africa south of Sahara | Chemicophysical properties | East Africa | Genetic soil types | Land economics and policies | Physiographic features | Soil chemicophysical properties AGROVOC | Soil types | Soil water balance | Water balance | Water resources and management | Soil fertility AGROVOCDDC classification: 95-010687 In: Tekalign Mamo; Abiye-Astatke; Srivastava,-K.L.; Asgelil-Dibabe (eds.). Technical Committee of the Joint Vertisol Project, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). Improved management of Vertisols for sustainable crop-livestock production in the Ethiopian highlands: Synthesis report 1986-92. Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). ILCA. Mar 1993. p. 75-8495-010687Summary: This chapter reviews relevant Vertisol properties, experimental results and the overall experience of the project on this subject. There are several types of drainage problems in Vertisols whose magnitude may vary from site to site. Drainage improvement is discussed in relation with camber beds, broadbeds and furrows, field depressions, perched watertable, open ditches, height of beds, soil erosion and supplemental irrigation. The need for water shed development projects is also examinedCollection: AGRIS Collection
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This chapter reviews relevant Vertisol properties, experimental results and the overall experience of the project on this subject. There are several types of drainage problems in Vertisols whose magnitude may vary from site to site. Drainage improvement is discussed in relation with camber beds, broadbeds and furrows, field depressions, perched watertable, open ditches, height of beds, soil erosion and supplemental irrigation. The need for water shed development projects is also examined

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