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Cropping in arid area greenhouse

Girja Sharan

Cropping in arid area greenhouse

by Girja Sharan

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Published by Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGirja Sharan.
SeriesWorking paper -- W.P. no. 2007-09-04, Research and publications / Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
ContributionsIndian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2007/60229 (S)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination11 leaves
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16437003M
LC Control Number2007341783

Maximum crop yield can be achieved at extended upper salinity levels using the proposed greenhouse as follows: from 1, to 1, mg/L for cherry tomatoes; from to 2, mg/L for bell peppers. Bailey B () Natural and mechanical greenhouse climate control. In: Kamaruddin R, Rukuniddin H, Hamid NRA (eds) Proceedings of international symposium on greenhouses, environmental controls and in-house mechanization for crop production in the tropics and sub-tropics. ActaHort , Pahang, Malaysia, pp 43–53 Google Scholar.

  Highlights Land cover changes related to biofuel production create carbon debts. We evaluate the carbon debt of Jatropha plantations in global arid and semi-arid lands. There is no carbon debt when converting agricultural land (but it impacts food production) or marginal lands. Repayment of carbon debts from conversion of shrubland within 30 years requires high yields (– t seed ha −1. Semi-arid lands represent one fifth of the global land area but our understanding of greenhouse gas fluxes from these regions is poor. We investigated if inclusion of a grain legume and/or lime in a crop rotation altered greenhouse gas emissions from an acidic soil.

environmental control and crop production in mediterranean greenhouses (n. castilla, j.i. montero): closed greenhouses for semi-arid climates: critical discussion following the results of the watergy prototype (g. zaragoza, m. buchholz): a real-time energy balance model of a large scale greenhouse (g.g. schoonderbeek): feasibility of an adaptive light filter using a water film containing.   Growing food in a desert, especially in a period of sustained drought, is a pretty counterintuitive idea and Sundrop's horticultural breakthrough also .


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Cropping in arid area greenhouse by Girja Sharan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cropping in Arid Area Greenhouse G. Sharan Centre for Management in Agriculture Indian Institute of Management, Vastrapur AhmedabadIndia, [email protected] Abstract In hot, arid regions, yields are usually low and unstable. Greenhouse technology can stabilize and improve yields.

But its adoption is impeded by the requirement of. Cropping in Arid Area Greenhouse G. Sharan1 Kamlesh Jethva2 Abstract In hot, arid regions, yields are low and unstable, growing season limited to one.

Greenhouses can stabilize and improve yields and extend seasons. But their adoption is impeded by the requirement of large amount of water for (evaporative) cooling.

Arid Area. Cropping in Arid Area Greenhouse. Sharan. Kamlesh Jethva. W.P. No December The main objective of t he working paper series of the IIMA is to help facul ty members, Research.

Downloadable. In hot, arid regions, yields are low and unstable, growing season limited to one. Greenhouses can stabilize and improve yields and extend seasons. But their adoption is impeded by the requirement of large amount of water for (evaporative) cooling.

Arid Area Greenhouse (AAG) is being developed to reduce or eliminate this need by employing earth-tube-heat-exchanger (ETHE). Download Citation | Cropping in Arid-Area Greenhouse | In hot, arid regions, yields are usually low and unstable. Greenhouse technology can stabilize and improve yields.

But its adoption is Author: Girja Sharan. Cropping in Arid Area Greenhouse - CORE Reader. Arid Area Greenhouse (AAG) is being developed for hot arid regions, particularly to reduce or eliminate the water needed for cooling.

To achieve this, AAG employs earth-tube-heat-exchanger (ETHE) and static vents for environmental control. A prototype was installed in in an arid region, at village Kothara (ƒ 23 X 14 N, ƒ 68 X 45 E, at The International Centre for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) is based in Aleppo, Syria, and was established in It researches on forage crops, cereals and food legumes.

The cereal crops are durum wheat, bread wheat, barley and triticale and. Dryland Farming Page 3 Water that falls in arid regions may be of little use for crop plants because the amount is too small to penetrate the soil sufficiently, or it may run through a porous soil too quickly, or it may run off too quickly.

Dryland farming and dry farming encompass specific agricultural techniques for the non-irrigated cultivation of d farming is associated with drylands, areas characterized by a cool wet season (which charges the soil with virtually all the moisture that the crops will receive prior to harvest) followed by a warm dry season.

They are also associated with arid conditions, areas prone. greenhouse, earth-tube-heat-exchanger, natural ventilation, arid area: DOI: /ActaHortic Abstract: Adoption of greenhouse technology in hot and arid areas in north-west India is impeded by lack of good quality water.

Besides irrigation, evaporative cooling uses. Greenhouse crop production is now a growing reality throughout the world with an estimated ha of greenhouses spread over all the continents. The degree of sophistication and technology depends on local climatic conditions and the socio-economic environment.

The experience of greenhouse production, which emerged in northern Europe. The photoselective netting concept was further tested in vegetable cultivation in either net-houses, or in combination with insect-proof nets or greenhouse plastic film covers.

The red and pearl nets repeatedly increased the productivity of leafy crops, bell peppers and ornamentals, compared with each crop. Greenhouse cultivation has expanded in recent decades with increased demand for horticultural production. This book covers current technologies and management practices of general greenhouse.

Received: 14 April, Accepted: 1 October, Invited Review Plant Stress © Global Science Books Semi-arid Crop Responses to Atmospheric Elevated CO 2 P. Ratnakumar1* •Vincent Vadez 1 L.

Krishnamurthy1 • G. Rajendrudu2 1 International Crop Research Institute for the Semi- Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), PatancheruAndhra Pradesh, India 2 Department of Botany, College of.

Greenhouse vegetable production has traditionally been located near population centers, primarily in the northeastern United States.

With light being one of the most important factors in greenhouse vegetable production, the Southwest has become an ideal area for future development of this industry, particularly in the winter months when tomato and cucumber prices are at a premium.

Back to crop selection, if you’re just starting out, it’s best to begin with something that will set you up for success. These plants thrive in a greenhouse environment, and they are some of the most profitable crops you can grow.

Tomatoes. The most common greenhouse crop, tomatoes can also be quite prolific and, thus, profitable. Journals & Books; Help Download PDF Download. Share. Export. Advanced. Biosystems Engineering. VolumeDecemberPages Research Paper. Measuring and modelling crop water use of sweet pepper crops grown in screenhouses and greenhouses in an arid region.

The projected increase of the world’s population, coupled with the shrinking area of arable land required to meet future food demands, is building pressure on Earth’s finite agricultural resources.

As an alternative to conventional farming methods, crops can be grown in protected environments, such as traditional greenhouses or the more modern plant factories. publication cropping arid area greenhouse india research research finding doctoral student academic freedom faculty member professional colleague pre-publication stage working paper research staff main objective paper series.

BibTeX @MISC{Sharan06ahmedabady, author = {G. Sharan and Kamlesh Jethva and W. P. No}, title = {AHMEDABAD y INDIA Research and Publications Cropping in Arid Area Greenhouse}, year = {}}.Land use change in the billion ha of forested area under arid and semi-arid climates could cause a carbon debt between 70 and t C ha −1.

This debt requires – t seed production ha −1 yr −1 for repayment within 30 years. If repayment is required within .Greenhouse cultivation systems are described in general terms. These include peat-based growing media and a range of hydroponic growing systems such as perlite, rockwool and Nutrient Film Technique (NFT).

Development of these has principally been for European growers where water is relatively pure compared to many arid areas of the world.