Saline Agriculture for Irrigated Land in Pakistan Handbook

No Thumbnail Available
Date
1982
Authors
Australian Centre for International Research
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Research
Abstract
Saline agriculture' can be defined as the profitable and integrated use of genetic resources (plants, animals, fish, insects and microorganisms); and improved agricultural practices to obtain better use from saline land and saline irrigation water on a sustained basis. Saline agriculture is not one simple thing. It is a rich collection of possible systems for the use of saline land, involving combinations of salt-tolerant trees, shrubs and crops. The components of these systems can vary according to the needs of the farmers, the capabilities of the land, and the ingenuity of the farmers and their advisers who are developing the systems.
Description
Keywords
Citation
Collections