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Halophytic and Salt-Tolerant Feedstuffs

Impacts on Nutrition, Physiology and Reproduction of Livestock Hassan M. El
Shaer, Victor Roy Squires ... 6.3%) (CP 10.6%) Treatment 4 100% Sorghum
husks + Mineral salts: (ash 6.8%) (8.1%) The results for goat feeding is given in
Table ...

Author : Hassan M. El Shaer

Release : 2015-11-18

Publisher : CRC Press

ISBN : 1498709214

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Naturally occurring salt tolerant and halophytic plants (trees, shrubs, grasses, and forbs) have always been utilized by livestock as a supplement or drought reserve. Salt tolerant forage and fodder crops are now being planted over wide areas. Increasingly, large-scale production of fodder on formerly abandoned irrigated cropland has allowed salt tolerant and halophytic feedstuffs to be mainstreamed into the supply chain for feedlots. Feeding salty feeds to livestock has been evaluated in many countries with good outcomes especially as a way to improve livestock nutrition and productivity. Better ways have been devised to use these potentially valuable feed resources. These feedstuffs are best fed in mixed rations. Substituting conventional fodder with up to 30 percent of the diets comprising halophytic feedstuffs have proved most successful for ruminant livestock but special formulations have been devised for poultry and rabbits. There are big savings on the import of costly feedstuffs and benefits to livelihoods of those dependent on scattered, sparse and unreliable forage/fodder in the world’s drylands that cover about 40 percent of the world’s land surface. This book is written by leading authorities from many different countries. It reviews past and current work on the animal-oriented aspects of the utilization of feedstuffs derived from salt tolerant and halophytic plants. It brings to the reader (scientist, researcher, academics and their students, policy makers, and livestock operators) an up-to-date analysis of the important issues related to salt-rich feedstuffs (nutrition, productivity, and reproduction).

Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses

... figures, Woodhead publishing SERIES IN Food SCIENCE,TECHNOLOGY
AND NUTRITION Breeding Sorghum ... for cold tolerance in postrainy sorghums,
331e333 drought and heat tolerance, 325e331 salinity and aluminum toxicity ...

Author : Aruna C

Release : 2018-08-22

Publisher : Woodhead Publishing

ISBN : 0081018800

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Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses is a comprehensive overview of all significant global efforts for the genetic improvement of sorghum, a major crop of many semi-arid nations that is suitable for a huge range of uses, from human food, to biofuels. Split into two main sections, the book initially reviews the genetic suitability of sorghum for breeding, also providing the history of the genetic improvement of the grain. Finally, other sections look at specific breeding programs that could be improved in a number of areas, including human food, animal feed and industrial usage. Readers in academics, research, plant genetics and sorghum development will find this resource of great value. In addition, it is essential reading for engineers who utilize sorghum for food, feed and industrial materials in industry. Provides information on key advances in the genetic makeup of sorghum Allows plant breeders to apply this research to effectively breed new strains of sorghum that are dependent on final usage goals Includes the latest findings in each section to orient researchers to plans for future genetic enhancement

Sorghum in the 21st Century: Food – Fodder – Feed – Fuel for a Rapidly Changing World

Sorghum bicolor grown under drought and free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE)
conditions. ... Ramprakash, Goyal V (2019) Assessment of salt tolerance based
on physiological studies and ionic relations in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.
Moench).

Author : Vilas A. Tonapi

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Publisher : Springer Nature

ISBN : 9811582491

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Salinity and Water Stress

(Sorghum. bicolor. L. Moench). 3 Antioxidant-Enzyme System as Selection
Criteria for Salt Tolerance in. M. Hefny and D.Z. Abdel-Kader Abstract The
involvement of ... In addition, characterized by its high nutritional as animal
feeding source.

Author : M. Ashraf

Release : 2008-12-26

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 140209065X

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Salinity and water stress limit crop productivity worldwide and generate substantial economic losses each year, yet innovative research on crop and natural resource management can reveal cost-effective ways in which farmers can increase both their productivity and their income. Presenting recent research findings on salt stress, water stress and stress-adapted plants, this book offers insights into new strategies for increasing the efficiency of crops under stressful environments. The strategies are based on conventional breeding and advanced molecular techniques used by plant physiologists, and are discussed using specific case studies to illustrate their potential. The book emphasizes the effects of environmental factors on specific stages of plant development, and discusses the role of plant growth regulators, nutrients, osmoprotectants and antioxidants in counteracting their adverse affects. Synthesising updated information on mechansisms of stress tolerance at cell, tissue and whole-plant level, this book provides a useful reference text for post graduate students and researchers involved in the fields of stress physiology and plant physiology in general, with additional readership amongst researchers in horticulture, agronomy, crop science, conservation, environmental management and ecological restoration.

A review of management strategies for salt-prone land and water resources in Iran

species for animal feed and for combating desertification in Iran, Koocheki (1996)
concluded that although halophyte ... Different varieties of wheat, barley, alfalfa,
and sorghum bred for salinity tolerance in Iran (modified from Cheraghi, 2004).

Author : Asad Sarwar Qureshi

Release : 2007-11-16

Publisher : IWMI

ISBN : 9290906812

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Approximately half of the irrigated area of Iran falls under different types of salt-affected soils and average yield losses may be as high as 50 percent. Slightly and moderately salt-affected soils are mostly found on the piedmonts at the foot of the Elburz (Alborz) Mountains in the northern part of the country. The soils having severe to extreme salinity are predominantly located in the Central Plateau, the Khuzestan and Southern Coastal Plains and the Caspian Coastal Plain. The process of salinization of the surface water resources is mainly due to natural conditions, and to a lesser extent, to the discharge of drainage water into the river systems. Estimates show that about 6.7 km3 of brackish water flow annually through 12 major rivers. There is no straightforward solution to the complex problems of salt-induced soil and water resources degradation in Iran. The approaches addressing the management of these resources need to be multidimensional and must take into account biophysical and environmental conditions of the target areas as well as livelihood aspects of the associated communities.

Advances in Environmental Technologies

The study provided bases for the cultivation of sweet sorghum in saline-alkali soil
of Yellow River Delta in order to transform the biomass ... due to its relatively low
water requirements and high water-use efficiency, and it possesses a moderate
to high tolerance to salinity [2]. ... in its stalk; and the starchy grain has long been
an important ingredient in everything from food and brewing wine to animal feed.

Author : Ji Zhao

Release : 2013-08-16

Publisher : Trans Tech Publications Ltd

ISBN : 3038261238

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Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2013 2nd International Conference on Energy and Environmental Protection (ICEEP 2013), April 19-21, 2013, Guilin, China

Chemical Abstracts

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Bibliography of Agriculture

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Abstracts on Tropical Agriculture

... Leymus cinereus , forage grasses / Leymus cinereus , salt tolerance , seedling
, USA Basin wildrye , Leymus cinereus ( syn . Elymus cinereus ) , a robust
bunchgrass native to saline and nonsaline semi - desert rangelands in the
western USA , can be ... Royal Tropical Institute , Amsterdam ( 89070377 ) 67315
Atriplex forage as a winter dry season feed for sheep in the ... A control group of
20 sheep grazed for 16 weeks on native herbage plots , and received some
sorghum stover .

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Plant Nutrition for Sustainable Food Production and Environment

As Lester Brown discusses in this volume, farmers have increased food production heroically on demand. We, the plant nutritionists should be proud of our support to the world's farmers which has helped them make their achievement possible.

Author : Tadao Ando

Release : 2012-12-06

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 9400900473

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In the history of the International Plant Nutrition Colloquium from its first meeting in 1954, this meeting, the 13th Colloquium, is the first to be held in Asia and will be the last in the 20th century. The 20th century has seen huge changes in the number and activities of mankind. Our population has increased from around 1. 7 billion to more than 5. 8 billion and technological innovations have completely altered our way of living. As a consequence of such rapid change, we are facing many problems including changes in our environment of a global scale. But, while food shortage has been a serious concern to mankind throughout our history, serious food shortages in the 20th century have been confined to limited times and areas. As Lester Brown discusses in this volume, farmers have increased food production heroically on demand. We, the plant nutritionists should be proud of our support to the world's farmers which has helped them make their achievement possible. During the 20th century, the science of plant nutrition also has achieved great progress as described by Jack Loneragan; it became established as a discipline firmly based in science, defined the chemical elements supporting plant growth, and has contributed to improvements in plant production and environmental quality, as readers will find in many contributions in this volume.

Agricultural Salinity Management in India

FORAGES IN SALT - AFFECTED SOILS CONCLUSIONS Currently only 40 % of
the animal feed and fodder requirement is being met ... Salt tolerance at
germination of bajra ( Pennisetum typhoides ) and Jowar ( Sorghum vulgare )
varieties .

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Contributed articles.

Agrindex

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Herbs and Natural Supplements Inkling

GENETIC MODIFICATION (TRANSGENIC FOODS) Conventional methods of
selective breeding and cross-breeding have been used for centuries to alter the
genetic makeup of the foods we consume; for example, the wheat that we
consume today ... people' and 'traits of interest to the poor; drought and salinity
tolerance, disease resistance, or enhanced nutrition' are receiving little atten- tion
(FAO 2004).

Author : Lesley Braun

Release : 2010-06-24

Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN : 0729579107

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A must-have health companion for herbalists, naturopaths, complementary medicine practitioners and students Herbs and Natural Supplements, 3rd Edition: An evidence-based guide presents evidence-based information on the 130 most popular herbs, nutrients and food supplements used across Australia and New Zealand. This exhaustive textbook is organised alphabetically by each herb or nutrient’s common name. Herbs and nutrients are then accompanied by critical information such as daily intake, main actions and indications, adverse reactions, contraindications and precautions, safety in pregnancy and more. This new edition of Herbs and Natural Supplements has been expanded with new chapters on pregnancy and wellness. It also features 10 new monographs for Arginine, Dunaliella, Elde, Goji, Pelargonium, Prebiotics, Red Yeast Rice, Rhodioloa, Shatavari and Taurine. • provides current, evidence-based information on herbal, nutritional and food supplements used in Australia and New Zealand • is user-friendly and easily organised by easy-to-find A-Z herbal monographs • appendices offering important additional information for the safe use of herbal and nutritional supplements, including a list of poison information centres, associations, manufacturers and more • offers clear, comprehensive tables including herb/natural supplement - drug interactions • lists the pharmacological actions of all herbs and natural supplements • a glossary of terms relevant to herbs and natural supplements • two comprehensive new chapters: Herbs and Natural Supplements in Pregnancy and Introduction to Wellness • all chapters completely updated and expanded • ten new monographs taking the total to 130 • now also available as an eBook! A code inside Herbs and Natural Supplements, 3rd Edition: An evidence-based guide enables a full text download, allowing you to browse and search electronically, make notes and bookmarks in the electronic files and highlight material

Indian Science Abstracts

The PBZ ( 250 pptn ) is more effective in salt sensitive rootstock , while 125 ppm
is more effective in salt tolerant rootstock . ... performance of goats given wheat
bran or rice polish as a supplement to a basal diet of urea treated wheat straw .

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CIS Federal Register Index

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So Shall We Reap

As discussed in Chapter 1 , the big three ( wheat , rice and maize ) provide
humanity with the equivalent of roughly half our ... Barley is fairly salt - tolerant ,
and although grown mainly for brewing and animal feed , is also the source of
barley ...

Author : Colin Tudge

Release : 2003

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This volume provides an overview of modern farming, acknowledging the astonishing achievements of modern farming in providing for such a rapidly growing population, whilst exploring the growing disquiet surrounding it, with day to day dramas such as foot and mouth, BSE and raids on GMOs. It discusses the innate conflicts in farming; should the forces of capitalism and high technology be quelled to introduce less damaging alternatives? yet these alternatives - such as vegetarianism and organic farming - are said to be indulgent and an unrealistic option. Colin Tudge shows a way through the confusion to enlightened agriculture. He shows how we can manage to feed people for the indefinite future, but do so without destroying other species and traditional landscapes, without cruelty, without perpetuating injustice and without wrecking rural communities.

Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research

Sorghum is a short duration crop , resistant to drought ( Mathews and Brown
1938 ) and is salt tolerant , ( Tarr , 1962 ) . Its adaptation in arid zones is better
than other fodder crops of the same season . Owing to its natural drought
resistant ...

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Dryland Farming in Palestine

After threshing , the inflorescence is used in making brooms while the straw is
used for animal feed . Sorghum has several drought - resistant characteristics . It
is a summer crop that is extensively grown under rainfed conditions , even in high
 ...

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