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|Statement||By Cleveland Abbe. Prepared under the direction of Willis L. Moore, chief United States Weather Bureau.|
|Series||U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Weather Bureau. Bulletin 36|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||06009659|
CLIMATE. CLIMATE. The climate of an area, defined as the aggregate of weather conditions over time, is constructed from monthly, seasonal, and annual averages of weather elements, such as temperature and precipitation, combined with statements about the frequency of extreme events, such as droughts or . The long record of climate on the Earth is valuable in understanding how the climate system works. The study of past climates can conveniently be viewed on three time scales: (1) the l years; (2) the period back to 2 million years ago (Ma)—the Pleistocene Epoch, which witnessed the rise of man; and (3) the pre-Pleistocene period prior to 2 Ma.
This book is an extension of Climatic tables for the world [see F.C.A. ] in which a classification of climates based on the principal crop-ecologic characteristics was presented. More emphasis is given to the agricultural potentialities of climates, climatic requirement of crops and the geographic distribution of climates in each by: Improving Water use Efficiency of Annual Crops in the Rainfed Farming Systems of West Asia and North Africa - Volume 23 Issue 2 - P. J. M. Cooper, P. J. Gregory, D. Tully, H. C. HarrisCited by:
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[Cleveland Abbe; United States. Department of Agriculture.; United States. Weather Bureau.] -- Summary of expert opinion published up toon seed germination; soil temperature and moisture; solar energy; atmospheric conditions; and influences of climate; with data for selected U.S.
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The leafy stalk of the plant produces pollen inflorescences and separate ovuliferous inflorescences called ears that yield kernels or seeds, which are : Tracheophytes. Equatorial climates are found only in select spots in South Asia: the west coast of India up almost as far as Mumbai, the south of Sri Lanka, the south of Bangladesh, and the Maldives.
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Salinity stress is one of the most vital abiotic stresses which results in significant damages of agricultural production, particularly in arid and semi-arid areas of the world. Salinity causes by high accumulation of soluble salt, especially NaCl in soil and water.
Salinity hampers the growth and survival of many field crops such as rice, wheat, maize, cotton, sugarcane, and : Sajid Hussain, Muhammad Shaukat, Muhammad Ashraf, Chunquan Zhu, Qianyu Jin, Junhua Zhang.In temperate climates, cover crops can reduce runoff in snowmelt and spring rains by scavenging excess nutrients in the soil.
In dry regions, where there is less concern of nutrient loss, cover crops could have negative impacts, such as reducing soil moisture and not decomposing rapidly enough for cash crops to .RELATIONS BETWEEN NEMATODES AND PLANTS have been proven to be damaging to crops.
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