Soil fertility in the Great Konya Basin, Turkey.

by B.H Janssen

Publisher: Pudoc in Wageningen

Written in English
Published: Pages: 113 Downloads: 886
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Subjects:

  • Fertilizers and manures,
  • Plant-soil relationships,
  • Soil fertility,
  • Soils -- Turkey -- Konya Ovasi

Edition Notes

SeriesAgricultural research reports, v. 750, Verslagen van landbouwkundige onderzoekingen -- 750
Classifications
LC ClassificationsS599.6 T9 J3
The Physical Object
Pagination113p.
Number of Pages113
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18263502M

The significance of the fallow year in the dry-farming system of the Great Konya Basin, Turkey. Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science – Jaubert, R. & Oglah, M. (). External boundaries. Turkey, surrounded by water on three sides, has well-defined natural borders with its eight neighbors. Turkey’s frontiers with Greece— kilometers—and Bulgaria— kilometers— were settled by Treaty of Constantinople () and later confirmed by the Treaty of Lausanne in The treaties of Moscow and Kars with the Soviet Union defines Turkey’s. Occurrence: As evaporative crusts in carbonate-poor soil, playa sediment and around an active boron-rich spring. Association: Th´enardite, halite, bl¨odite, gypsum, glauberite, nesquehonite, admontite. Distribution: From northeast of Karapinar, between Konya and Ereˇgli, Great Konya Basin, Konya Province, Turkey. Selcuk University, Agricultural Faculty, Department of Field Crops, Konya – TURKEY Abstract. The advancement in science and technological activities yielded disruptive results in nature. decrease to soil fertility, degradation, increasing of disease and harms in the soil and it also cause to erosion. In great business’ animal.

impacting on soil fertility. Sugar cane yields in pattern of freshwater flow into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon. of the Konya Basin, Turkey. This site achieved a water savings of 97, m3, reduced pollution and costs associated from chemical fertilizers and maintained soil fertility, showing the potential for great gains that could be scaled throughout the region through improved agricultural practices. Soil map of the great Konya Basin. Büyük Konya Havzasının toprak haritas. Scales vary. Cover title: Soils of the great Konya Basin, Turkey, soil maps. Büyük Konya kavzasının toprakları, Türkıye, top rak haritaları. Relief shown by contours. "Appendix 1 [and 2] to report: The soils of the great Konya Basin.". Konya is located on the north and northwest part of the Great Konya Basin, which is known as the store of cereals of Turkey (production; tone/year wheat, tone/year barley, tone/year oats, tone/year ryes) and is formed of abundant soils of .

Despite latest research showing Turkey lagging in overall food sustainability, progress in sustainable agriculture appears to be a bright spot in the country’s troubled agriculture industry. But local farming groups, NGOs and international bodies, while welcoming government efforts to promote sustainable farming, are urging more to be done as farmers struggle with the effects of . The Bodélé Depression in Chad is the source of an estimated billion tons of wind-borne soil a year, up fold since measurements began in The nearly 3 billion tons of fine soil particles that leave Africa each year in dust storms are slowly draining the continent of its fertility and biological productivity. The most common minerals on earth Information for Educators Mindat Articles The Elements Books & Magazines. Great Konya Basin, Konya Province, Central Anatolia Region, Turkey. and L. van der Plas (): Konyaite, Na2Mg(SO4)2•5H2O, a new mineral from the Great Konya Basin, Turkey. American Mineralog American.

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Soil fertility in the Great Konya Basin, Turkey (Agricultural research reports) [B. H Janssen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Differences in productivity and in response to fertilizers between the soil units could be ascribed to differences in content of organic matter and in moisture supply.

Since those factors have been included partly directly, partly indirectly in many units of de Meester's soil map, a fertilizer recommendation map could be drawn.

For recommendations, the profit- maximizing combinations of. Get this from a library. Soil fertility in the Great Konya Basin, Turkey. [B H Janssen; Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation.] -- Soil fertility was studied in the Great Konya Basin, as part of the study carried out by the Department of Tropical Soil Science of the Agricultural University at Wageningen.

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[Bartholomeus Henricus Janssen]. Fertilizer recommendations are given for limestone and volcanic colluvial soils, terrace soils, limestone and volcanic bajadas soils, fan soils and marl soils. Soil fertility was studied in the Great Konya Basin, as part of the study carried out by the Department of Tropical Soil Science of the Agricultural University at Wageningen.

The purpose was to find the agricultural value of the soils, to learn about the main factors governing soil fertility, and to work out regional fertilizer recommendations for winter wheat, the main crop in dry farming. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A.

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Department of Tropical Soil Science, Agricultural University, Wageningen. ISBNp Google Scholar. Staff Publications. Staff Publications. Description of the Great Konya Basin This chapter has been compiled almost exclusively from the description by de Meester (), which should be consulted for extensive information.

Geography The Great Konya Basin is in the Central Anatolian Plateau (Konya Province, Turkey) at a latitude of 37° and between 33° and 35° East. Soil fertility was studied in the Great Konya Basin, as part of the study carried out by the Department of Tropical Soil Science of the Agricultural University at Wageningen.

The purpose was to find the agricultural value of the soils, to learn about the main factors governing soil fertility, and to work out regional fertilizer recommendations.

also soil analyses for selected Great Soil Groups. The author classified the Turkish soils according to Baldwin et al’s () Soil Classification System with mapping units showing soil phases such as slope, stoniness, drainage and salinity.

In the early ’s, the task of classifying and mapping soils in Turkey. Soils of the Great Konya Basin, Turkey (published in ). Driessen, P. M.: Soil salinity and alkalinity in the Great Konya Basin, Turkey (this report). Janssen, B. H.: Soil fertility of the Great Konya Basin, Turkey (in preparation).

Meester, T. de: Lacustrine carbonatic soils of the Great Konya Basin, Turkey (in preparation). Soils of uplands, colluvial slopes, bajadas, terraces, alluvial plains, lacustrine plains, marshes, aeolian sand plains and beaches are described and mapped at a scale of 1: Highly calcareous lacustrine soils in the Great Konya Basin, Turkey: Author(s) Meester, T.

de: Source: Soil Chemistry: Abstract: The Great Konya Basin is in the south of the Central Anatolian Plateau in Turkey.

soil moisture and chemical soil fertility in comparison with ideal conditions. The feasibility for improvement is then assessed. Highly calcareous lacustrine soils in the Great Konya Basin, Turkey. By de T. Meester. Download PDF (11 MB) Abstract. The Great Konya Basin is in the south of the Central Anatolian Plateau in Turkey.

It is a depression without outlet to the sea. The productivity of Steppe Marl Soils is estimated, using results from the soil peels and data. Soils of the Great Konya Basin, Turkiye. / de Meester, T. Wageningen: Pudoc, p. (Agricultural research reports / Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation; No.

Research output: Book/Report › Report › Professional. Part of the Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences book series (DPSS, volume 41) Abstract. The double-pot technique was introduced as a simple method for soil testing.

Janssen BH Soil fertility in the Great Konya Basin, Turkey. Agric. Res. Rep. Pudoc, Wageningen, The Netherlands, p. Google Scholar. local soil fertility or globally relevant soil greenhouse gas emissions. The objective of our study was to examine the influence of land use and soil type on SOC and N in the Great Konya Basin of south central Turkey, an arid landscape with a long legacy of agriculture and animal husbandry.

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Soil Survey and Soil Database of Turkey and basin level (twenty six maps the Great Soil Group system of Baldwin et al., (), together with essential phases. Tunçay, T., Bayramin, I., Erhan Tercan, A., Ünver, I.

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In the method proposed to create landscape classes for the first time in Turkey, the related data was overlaid by using GIS and mapped. Physicochemical, mineralogical, and geochemical characteristics of highly calcareous lacustrine sediment samples obtained from a 30 m drilling core in the western part of the Great Konya Basin, Turkey were studied.

The sediments have a predominance of silt and clay fractions with a median diameter of 3–5 μm. Vertical changes of the.

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The Konya–Çumra Plain, with an altitude of m above sea level, is located in central Turkey and covers approximatelyha, but the irrigated area from Apa Dam and Beyşehir Lake is only ab ha ().It is an interior basin and owing to topography there is no outlet to discharge the excess waters to any river system or sea; therefore, its water is discharged to the Cihanbeyli.