1 edition of Farmers" attitudes concerning soil erosion and its control found in the catalog.
Farmers" attitudes concerning soil erosion and its control
David Morgan Gardner
1977 in [Urbana] : Institute for Environmental Studies with College of Commerce, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign .
Written in English
|Statement||by D.M. Gardner and W.D. Seitz|
|Contributions||Seitz, Wesley D., Illinois. Institute for Environmental Quality, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Commerce and Business Administration|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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Farmers' perception and attitude concerning soil erosion An interesting early publication is ' Farmers' attitudes concerning soil erosion and its control ' by Gardner and Seitz () based on a survey with questionnaires sent to farmers in 11 counties in Illinois. Rwanda, land of hills, is threatened by soil erosion.
Large part of the agricultural land has been terraced, while biological and agronomic soil conservation is less extensively promoted. In book: Soil Erosion in Europe (pp - ) learn farmers’ opinions on soil erosion and conservation. Farmers attitudes concerning soil erosion and its control book application of programmes and actions to control soil erosion and combat.
Fortunately for the proponents of conservation agriculture, its net financial impact at the individual farm scale appears positive as well. Since the seminal work of Crosson (), numerous financial analyses of conservation tillage adoption, whether in a developed world (e.g.
Stonehouse, ) or developing world (e.g. Sorrenson,Sorrenson et al., ) context, have shown that it Cited by: Downloadable.
The Farm Bill contains several measures concerning soil erosion caused by U.S. farmers. Data from a nationwide survey of people conerning their attitudes toward agriculture were used to examine the structure of respondents' preferences for government support-policies to combat soil erosion.
Estimates of the influence of socio-economic and demographic variables on policy Cited by: 7. Chapter 2 described four major opportunities to prevent soil degradation and water pollution caused by farming practices and outlined the technologies and scientific knowledge available to take advantage of those opportunities.
These four opportunities are. to conserve and enhance soil quality as the first step to environmental improvement; to increase the efficiency with which nutrients. Rules for farmers and land managers to prevent water pollution What you must do to manage manure, fertiliser and soil to prevent runoff, erosion and leaching.
Soil loss can lead to erosion and. farmers’ perception of climate change and conservation agriculture in western ethiopia: the case of Farmers attitudes concerning soil erosion and its control book gida and sasiga districts Climate is a primary determinant of agricultural productivity. Ethiopia, one of the developing countries, is facing serious natural resource degradation problems.
Introduction. The centrality of knowledge to agriculture has been highlighted by a number of commentators (Winter, ; Morgan and Murdoch, ), with knowledge described as the ‘fourth factor of production’ because of the widely differing knowledge, skills and aptitudes farmers need for producing food (Winter, ).This is the case today more than ever before with the emergence of Cited by: Farmers' Perception of Soil Erosion According to Woldeamlak (), perception of soil erosion as a hazard to crop production and sustainable agriculture is.
Soil surface configuration: its effects on soil erosion, rainwater infiltration and runoff. B.O. Antwi, Soil and Water Management Division, Soil Research Institute, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research(CSIR), Academy Post Office, Kwadaso, Kumasi, Ghana.
Tel. /, Residence. [email protected] Start studying Chapter 12 and 13 test. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. the one which probably contributes least to soil erosion is. sustainable agriculture. Which term includes the others. contaminated water supplies if proper pollution control strategies are not used.
Farmers' attitudes concerning soil erosion and its control: a report to the Illinois EPA Agricultural Task Force / ([Urbana]: Institute for Environmental Studies with College of Commerce, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ), by David Morgan Gardner, Wesley D.
Seitz, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Commerce. The farmers from both regions of Yanchi County had positive attitudes towards the DCPs, but farmers in the southern region had a higher degree of acceptance.
Three problems concerning the farmers’ participation, the projects’ sustainability, and the DCPs’ measures were identified, and suggestions for solving these problems were : Xuan Wei, Lihua Zhou, Guojing Yang, Ya Wang, Yong Chen.
Results of the comparison study showed that biodiversity benefitted more from organic farming and environmentally- oriented farmers, and that there is an important link between farmers' environmental attitudes and knowledge and the beneficial effects of organic farming on : Martina Bavec, Franc Bavec.
The plant, also called tamarisk, began to take root in the United States in the s, with federal government approval to bring in the bush, originally from Europe, to help control : Candace Hughes. Although science has helped us to identify and measure the threat of soil erosion to food production, we need to cast a wider net for effective solutions (since the world gets % of its food calories from land and less than % from the ocean and other aquatic sources [1,2], truly “casting a wider net” is a fitting metaphor here).Honest assessment suggests, in fact, that this kind of Author: Michele A.
Whitecraft, Bruce E. Huggins Jr. Full text of "Bibliography on soil erosion and soil and water conservation" See other formats. This section introduces a range of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices and technologies within seven entry points for CSA; soil management, crop management, water management, livestock management, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture, and energy ces are understood broadly as ways of doing things, for example, precision farming, tillage, and fertilization; these are all.
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They are those who hear the message and understand it. They produce a crop60 or 30 times more than the farmer planted. - Matthew Props: Handful of seeds; large basket of fruits and vegetables.
For more than 1, years, Yixing and its surrounding countryside was an important source of grain for China, celebrated in poetry as far back as AD for its. The movement of soil components, especially surface litter and topsoil, from one place to another by the actions of wind and water.
Some erosion of topsoil is natural, and some is caused by human activities. Erosion of topsoil has two major harmful effects. One is loss of soil fertility through depletion of plant nutrients in topsoil. This study aims to analyze data collected from farmers who participated in The Neem Foundation (NF) activities and used neem pesticide (NP) as well as normal chemical pesticides under commercial field conditions.
This study examines the relationships between farmers' acceptance of NP and the number of crops, types of cotton seeds and risk factors pursuant to use of the NP by: 2. Citizens, farmers, and other water users all have roles to play concerning water quality, both passively and actively.
Citizens participate in water monitoring programs, water conservation, participation, farmers'-attitudes, resistance-to-change, environmental-protection, erosion-control, Ohio. The International Joint Commission and. Questions concerning farm management, game shooting, and attitudes towards wildlife were asked of 52 farmers within a part of the Cotswold Plateau and Cotswold Edge, Avon.
Farms with game shoots were often used by syndicates, and such farmers tended to have a more positive attitude towards game management than non-syndicate shooting farms, and towards wildlife than non-shooting : P.
Jarvis, J. Davis. Hardbound $18 (SWCS members, $15) pages Now in its second printing Soil Erosion Research Methods Rattan Lai, Editor Some of the world's foremost soil and water researchers describe how to conduct soil erosion research, including use of field plots, sediment yield measurements, rainfall simulators, erodibility and erosivity, wind erosion.
Soil Erosion Essays (Examples) Rural poverty is a concerning matter in many areas mainly because farmers there have had access to limited education concerning attitudes they need to employ in order to be successful in their field of work.
This observation suggests that the addition of gypsum for erosion-control and soil-stabilization. To manage, as agent of the United States or any of its agencies, or of the Commonwealth or any of its agencies, any soil conservation, flood prevention, drainage, irrigation, agricultural and nonagricultural water management, erosion control or erosion prevention project, or combinations thereof, within its.
Chapter Soil and Water Conservation Districts. failure by any land occupier to conserve the soil and control erosion upon his lands causes a washing and blowing of soil and water from his lands onto other lands and makes the conservation of soil and control of erosion on such other lands difficult or impossible.
In making such. services. These include soil erosion, soil organic carbon loss, soil contamination, soil acidification, soil salinization, soil biodiversity loss, soil surface effects, soil nutrient status, soil compaction and soil moisture conditions.
Chapter 7 undertakes an assessment of the ways in which soil change is likely to impact on soil functionsFile Size: 36MB. Full text of "The Soil Conservation Service's implementation of the soil conservation provisions of the Food Security Act of hearing before the Subcommittee on Nutrition and Investigations of the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, United States Senate, One Hundredth Congress, second session October 4, " See other formats.
Watershed management, a need for integrated approach in the hills, role of hydrograph in agricultural productivity, rainfall distribution, soil erosion - its measurement and control, universal soil loss equation and other soil erosion models, degradation of soil productivity due to soil erosion, rainfall simulators and scope of their use in.
Scott M. Moore is a political scientist who focuses on water politics and policy, especially in China and South Asia. Scott is currently a senior fellow at the Penn Water Center, as well as a China program director and associate professor of practice in the Center for the Study of Contemporary China at the University of Pennsylvania.
(d) It is the policy of the General Assembly to provide for the conservation of the soil, water and related resources of the State and for the control and prevention of soil erosion in order to preserve natural resources, control floods, prevent impairment of dams and reservoirs, assist in maintaining the navigability of rivers and harbors.
Muthuwatta, Lal P. Long term rainfall-runoff-lake level modelling of the Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya. Enschede, Netherlands: International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation Thesis submitted to the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Water.
Take over and administer any soil conservation, erosion control or erosion prevention project, located within its boundaries, undertaken by the United States or any of its agencies, as agent of the United States or any of its agencies; act as agent for the United States or any of its agencies; and accept donations, gifts and contributions in.
Soil Erosion Essays (Examples) Filter results by: Number of pages pages pages pages pages pages pages pages pages 51+ pages. The Vermont Statutes Online. Title Conservation and Development Chapter SOIL CONSERVATION ACT. Subchapter CONSERVATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES § Policy.
It is hereby declared to be the policy of the Legislature to provide for the conservation, development, and use of the natural resources of this State and that the lands, water. Farmers all over the world perform experiments, and have done so since long before modern experimental science and its recognized forerunners.
There is a rich anthropological literature on these experiments, but the philosophical issues that they give rise to have not received much attention. Based on the anthropological literature, this study investigates methodological and philosophical Cited by: 1.
A land ethic is a philosophy or theoretical framework about how, ethically, humans should regard the land. The term was coined by Aldo Leopold (–) in his A Sand County Almanac (), a classic text of the environmental movement. There he argues that there is a critical need for a "new ethic," an "ethic dealing with human's relation to land and to the animals and plants which grow.BMPs are established soil conservation practices that also provide water quality benefits.
They include such practices as cover crops, green manure crops, and stripcropping to control erosion; and soil testing and targeting and timing of chemical applications (similar to .Sustainable Agriculture – the New American Farm.
The sustainable agriculture movement in America exemplifies the pursuit of a more enlightened self-interest. People may disagree on the specific words, but there is a growing consensus that a sustainable agriculture is an agriculture that is capable of meeting the needs of the present while.