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LINKING CROP WATER PRODUCTIVITY TO SOIL PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND MICROBIAL PROPERTIES

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4,   Pages 545-558 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE -2020349

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Agriculture uses a large proportion of global and regional water resources.Due to the rapid increase of population in the world, the increasing competition for water resourceshas led to an urgent need in increasing crop water productivity for agricultural sustainability.As the medium for crop growth, soils and their properties are important in affecting crop water productivityThis review examines the effects of soil physical, chemical, and microbial properties on crop water productivity

Keywords: crop water productivity     crop yield     soil chemical properties     soil microbial properties     soil physicalproperties     water consumption    

LINKING CROP WATER PRODUCTIVITY TO SOIL PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND MICROBIAL PROPERTIES

Di WU, Allan A. ANDALES, Hui YANG, Qing SUN, Shichao CHEN, Xiuwei GUO, Donghao LI, Taisheng DU

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering   Pages 545-558 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2020349

Abstract: Agriculture uses a large proportion of global and regional water resources.Due to the rapid increase of population in the world, the increasing competition for water resourceshas led to an urgent need in increasing crop water productivity for agricultural sustainability.As the medium for crop growth, soils and their properties are important in affecting crop water productivityThis review examines the effects of soil physical, chemical, and microbial properties on crop water productivity

Keywords: crop water productivity     crop yield     soil chemical properties     soil microbial properties     soil physical properties     water consumption    

Current Situation and Future Security of Agricultural Water Resources in North China

Huang Feng, Du Taisheng, Wang Sufen, Mei Xurong, Gong Daozhi, Chen Yuanquan, Kang Shaozhong

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2019, Volume 21, Issue 5,   Pages 28-37 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2019.05.024

Abstract: It sustained 18% of national total arable land, and 23% of national total grain crop output using only6% of national total water resources.Then, using an integrated framework in agricultural water management widely adopted by internationalwater research communities, we reviewed the trajectory of agricultural development and its associatedwater withdrawal, water use efficiencies, and productivities in North China from 1998 to 2015, from

Keywords: food security     agricultural water use     water use efficiency     crop water productivity    

GREEN AGRICULTURE AND BLUE WATER IN CHINA: REINTEGRATING CROP AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION FOR CLEAN WATER

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1,

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Crop and livestock production are essential to maintain food security.In China, crop and livestock production were integrated in the past.is a need for agricultural “green” development for food production through reintegrating cropAn additional wish is to turn the Chinese water systems “blue” to secure clean water forand livestock production toward clean water.

Modelling and analysis of FMS productivity variables by ISM, SEM and GTMA approach

Vineet JAIN,Tilak RAJ

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2014, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 218-232 doi: 10.1007/s11465-014-0309-7

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Productivity has often been cited as a key factor in a flexible manufacturing system (FMS) performanceThe purpose of this paper is to make a model and analysis of the productivity variables of FMS.ISM has been used to develop a model of productivity variables, and then it has been analyzed.involves the productivity of FMS.The FMS productivity index has purposed to intensify the factors which affect FMS.

Keywords: FMS     ISM     EFA     SEM     GTMA    

The effect of different agricultural management practices on irrigation efficiency, water use efficiencyand green and blue water footprint

La ZHUO, Arjen Y. HOEKSTRA

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2,   Pages 185-194 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2017149

Abstract: This paper explores the effect of varying agricultural management practices on different water efficiencyindicators: irrigation efficiency (IE), crop water use efficiency (WUE), and green and blue water footprintResults show that deficit irrigation most effectively improved blue water use, by increasing IE (by 5%Improvements in one water efficiency indicator may cause a decline in another.

Keywords: field management     irrigation efficiency     water footprint     water productivity     water use efficiency    

Utilization threshold of surface water and groundwater based on the system optimization of crop planting

Qiang FU,Jiahong LI,Tianxiao LI,Dong LIU,Song CUI

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2016, Volume 3, Issue 3,   Pages 231-240 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2016101

Abstract: Then, based on the uncertainty and randomness of the water resources system, the interval two-stage stochasticinterval number, is used to calculate the groundwater exploitation and the use efficiency of surface waterThe method considers the minimum cost of water as the objective of the uncertainty model for surfacewater and groundwater joint scheduling optimization for different planting structures.of a water- and food-conserving society and providing a more accurate management environment.

Keywords: economic-social-ecological     uncertainty     harmonious entropy     surface water and groundwater     utilization threshold    

GREEN AGRICULTURE AND BLUE WATER IN CHINA: REINTEGRATING CROP AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION FOR CLEAN WATER

Maryna STROKAL, Annette B.G. JANSSEN, Xinping CHEN, Carolien KROEZE, Fan LI, Lin MA, Huirong YU, Fusuo ZHANG, Mengru WANG

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1,   Pages 72-80 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2020366

Abstract: Crop and livestock production are essential to maintain food security.In China, crop and livestock production were integrated in the past.This, in turn, results in considerable losses of nutrients, causing water pollution and harmful algalAn additional wish is to turn the Chinese water systems “blue” to secure clean water for current andand livestock production toward clean water.

Keywords: agriculture green development     China     clean water     crop-livestock reintegration    

Quantitative analysis of yield and soil water balance for summer maize on the piedmont of the North China

Jingjing WANG,Feng HUANG,Baoguo LI

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2015, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 295-310 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2015074

Abstract: production area in China, but the current winter wheat-summer maize system has resulted in a large waterThis water-shortage necessitates the improvement of crop water productivity in the NCP.A crop water model, AquaCrop, was adopted to investigate yield and water productivity (WP) for rain-fedThe WP as measured by crop yield per unit evapotranspiration was 2.50–2.66 kg·m .., 1980–2010) and groundwater depth on crop yield and WP revealed that the higher yield and WP could

Keywords: AquaCrop     summer maize     soil water balance     water productivity    

Can crop science really help us to produce more better-quality food while reducing the world-wide environmental

William J. DAVIES, Susan E. WARD, Alan WILSON

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1,   Pages 28-44 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2019299

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This paper reviews recent developments in crop science that can be the basis of a revolution in theThere are exciting new developments in crop production biology but much existing crop science can beWe discuss novel approaches at both the plant and the crop level that will enhance nutrient and waterproductivity and we also outline ways in which energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions can be

Keywords: food security     environmental sustainability     crop water use efficiency     crop science     diet and health    

Innovative agricultural extension value chain-based models for smallholder African farmers

Bidjokazo FOFANA, Leonides HALOS-KIM, Mercy AKEREDOLU, Ande OKIROR, Kebba SIMA, Deola NAIBAKELAO, Mel OLUOCH, Fumiko ISEKI

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4,   Pages 418-426 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2020358

Abstract: Farmer learning platform is a model designed to increase crop productivity and encompasses demonstrationplots where technological packages demonstrated significantly outperformed other technology plots in cropproductivity and average profit margins.

Keywords: crop productivity     extension     farmer     grain yield     income     model    

THE 4C APPROACH AS A WAY TO UNDERSTAND SPECIES INTERACTIONS DETERMINING INTERCROPPING PRODUCTIVITY

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3,   Pages 387-399 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2021414

Abstract: ., nutrients, water, space, light) than others.

Keywords: cooperation     interspecific interactions     land equivalent ratio     light     nutrients     species mixtures     water    

Grassland management practices in Chinese steppes impact productivity, diversity and the relationship

Yingjun ZHANG, Wenjie LU, Hao ZHANG, Jiqiong ZHOU, Yue SHEN

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2018, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 57-63 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2017192

Abstract: Grasslands are crucial parts of the terrestrial ecosystem, with an extremely high differentiation of productivityThis study focuses on the changes in productivity and diversity and the relationship between them asProductivity was significantly improved but diversity was lost by fertilizing.N fertilization also reduced the sensitivity of diversity to productivity.Mowing also slowed down the decline in diversity as productivity increased.

Keywords: diversity     fertilizing     grassland management practice     grazing     mowing     productivity     reseeding    

HOW MULTISPECIES INTERCROP ADVANTAGE RESPONDS TO WATER STRESS: A YIELD-COMPONENT ECOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3,   Pages 416-431 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2021412

Abstract: (RMR) index that captures all possible scenarios of absolute and relative multicrop overyield under water

Keywords: agroecosystem sustainability     crop overyielding     intercrop drought resistance     overyield ecological    

Systems thinking in construction: Improving the productivity and performance of infrastructure projects

Peter E.D. LOVE, Hanbin LUO

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2018, Volume 5, Issue 3,   Pages 285-288 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2018205

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