1. 1/8/1969 160 pages, illustrated, tables Agriculture Handbook no. 60
  2. Recurso clave
    14/11/2012 La UNCCD estima que más de 250 millones de personas quedan afectadas por la degradación de terrenos, y casi mil millones de personas en más de 100 países están en peligro. Según la WMO, 33% de la superficie de la tierra es vulnerable para la degradación de terreno. En términos más regionales,...
  3. The Egyptian Journal of Desert Research (EJDR) is an international peer-reviewed journal published annually in one volume of two issues. EJDR deals exclusively with the issues of desert research and development that fall within the scope of environment, natural resources, water, soil, plants,...
  4. 19/1/1990 Salt-Tolerant Plants for Developing Countries
  5. Recurso clave 1/1/1990 The agricultural use of saline water or soils can benefit many developing countries. Salt-tolerant plants can utilize land and water unsuitable for salt-sensitive crops (glycophytes) for the economic production of food, fodder, fuel, and other products. Halophytes (plants that grow in soils or...
  6. 17/8/2016 Los productores y hortelanos en las regiones semi-áridas y áridas del mundo enfrentan dos problemas asociados pero separados que limitan los cultivos que pueden sembrar y su rendimiento. El problema subyacente es la falta de las lluvias necesarias para la siembra de las plantas. El segundo es la...
  7. Salt buildup typically occurs in dry areas where evaporation exceeds precipitation. Over time, as water evaporates, the minerals left behind begin to accumulate. Plants need a certain amount of soluble salts, but when the salt content of soil water is greater than that of the water inside plant...
  8. Farmers and gardeners in semi-arid and arid regions of the world face two associated but separate problems, which limit the crops they can grow and the yield of these crops. The underlying problem is lack of rainfall needed for growing plants. The second is accumulation of salts in the root zone....