by Shaban, Khaled
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Salinization is a worldwide problem that affects the physical and chemical properties of soil, leading to the loss of crop productivity. As salt-affected soils are common in arid and semiarid climates with precipitation rates lower than evapotranspiration rates. Utilization of nitrogen at different levels and inoculation with biofertilizer led to an increase in total porosity improves soil aggregation and possible moving salt soil under irrigation water. The increasing frequency of dry periods in many regions of the world and the problems associated with salinity in irrigated areas frequently result in the consecutive occurrence of drought and salinity on cultivated soil.
Prof. Dr. Khaled Abdou Shaban Prof. Dr. Soil Sci. and Water management Soils, Water and Environment Research Institute, Agric. Res. Centre Giza, (Egypt)
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13 February 2017
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.007 m; 0.213 kg