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Utilization of agricultural crop residues

Y. W. Han

Utilization of agricultural crop residues

an annotated bibliography of selected publications, 1966-76

by Y. W. Han

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Western Region in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agricultural wastes -- United States -- Bibliography.,
  • Recycling (Waste, etc.) -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Y. W. Han and S. K. Smith.
    SeriesARS-W -- 53.
    ContributionsSmith, S. K., United States. Agricultural Research Service. Western Region., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 119 p. ;
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15221631M

    : Animal Production Based On Crop Residues: Chinese Experiences (FAO Animal Production and Health Papers) (): Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: Books.


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Utilization of agricultural crop residues by Y. W. Han Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this publication is to illustrate the great diversity of problems involved in utilizing crop residues and in abating pollution related to these residues; to serve as a guide to some of the important investigations in the field; and to stimulate new investigations that will eventually solve the problem of effectively recycling crop residues Author: Y.

Han, S. Smith. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "Utilization of agricultural crop residues: an annotated bibliography of selected publications. Plants and crop residues for bioenergy; Bioenergy from current crop plants.

Bioenergy from novel plant sources. Utilization of agricultural residues. Commercial, legal and public aspects. assess the utilization of crop residues and agro-industrial by-products as well as the associated constraints in their utilization in Uganda so as provide a basis for future research on improving the nutritional value and development of appropriate feeding strategies involving crop residues.

These crop residues results after harvesting in the farm of leaves, stem and shelves which Utilization of agricultural crop residues book characterized as Coarse plant by- products and big size, chemically low in protein and fat contents.

Also it is high Utilization of agricultural crop residues book lignin and cellulous contents. The problem of agriculture wastes. irrespective of crop-residue management practice. More than 30% of N was lost from crop residues.

When N was applied as crop residues, its retention in the soil was higher than for fertilizer N, but its. SESSION I (contd.) POTENTIAL FOR THE BETTER UTILIZATION OF CROP RESIDUES AND AGRO-INDUSTRIAL BY-PRODUCTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO METHODOLOGY, EQUIPMENT, FACILITIES AND PERASONNEL INVOLVED, AS WELL AS AN OUTLINE OF RESEARCH PRIORITES IN THE REGION.

Miltiades Utilization of agricultural crop residues book. Agricultural. These crop residues results after harvesting in the farm of leaves, stem and shelves which are characterized as Coarse plant by- products and big size, chemically low in protein and fat contents.

Also it is high in lignin and cellulous contents. The problem of agriculture. Full Article. Assessment and utilization of agricultural residue resources in Henan Province, China.

Zhi-Wei Wang, a,b,c Ting-Zhou Lei, a,c, * Xiao-Yu Yan, d Ying-Li Li, a,e Xiao-Feng He, b,c and Jin-ling Zhu b,c Henan is the main agricultural. quantities of livestock waste, agricultural crop residues and agro-industrial by-products.

There is likely to be a significant increase in agricultural wastes globally if developing countries continue to intensify farming systems.

It is estimated that about million tonnes of agricultural. 10% crop residues and straw to bio-energy 30% crop residues and straw to bio-energy 50% crop residues and straw to bio-energy The scenario on the use of crop residues and straw examines the impact of the use and management of crop residues and Utilization of agricultural crop residues book on soil organic carbon fluxes.

Depending on the climatic conditions and soil type, the amount of crop residue File Size: 2MB. agricultural waste concept, generation, utilization and management Article (PDF Available) October w Reads How we measure 'reads'. Crop residues may play an important role in animal nutrition, but they may also be burnt.

During the burning many polluting compounds are Utilization of agricultural crop residues book into the atmosphere. More complete knowledge on the direct use of crop products as animal feed, and the role of fodder's Utilization of agricultural crop residues book crop residues.

Considerable amount of crop residues are generated in Indian agricultural sector. These crop residues can be subjected to gasification to generate energy enriched producer gas.

This Author: Joel George, P. Arun, C. Muraleedharan. In Advanced Remote Sensing, Crop Residue Cover. Crop residues are materials left on cultivated land after the crop has been harvested. Retention of crop residues after harvesting is considered to be an effective anti-erosion measure.

Crop residues. Availability and Utilisation of Agricultural and Agro-industrialWastes* Purchased by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture for Official Use. Detroyand.C. Hesseltine** Wastes from agriculture and agro-industries are the excesses and residues from growing and processing raw agricultural. Abstract.

Conservation agriculture practices require a critical level of crop residues and cover crops to maintain or enhance soil chemical, physical and biological properties and prevent land degradation.

In many areas of the world, crops and livestock compete for the same resources, and require proper management to meet conservation agriculture Cited by: 7. The amount of crop residues is times of the total yield of crops, 2 times of the total fodder of grassland, which covers 41% of China's territory.

Crop residues of corn, wheat and rice amounted toand million tons, respectively, accounting for nearly 80% of the total crop residues. Examples of the agricultural residues are rice and wheat straws which are discussed in this section.

Rice straw also called as cereal straw is another source for lignin production. Total world production of rice straw, Oryza sativa, is million tons per year. About 90% of the rice straw. Use of crop residues as animal feeds in developing countries E Owen* and M C N Jayasuriyat, *Department of Agriculture, University of Reading Earley Gate, PO BoxReading, Berks.

Get this from a library. Utilization of agricultural by-products as livestock feeds in Africa: proceedings of a workshop held at Ryall's Hotel, Blantyre, Malawi, September [D A Little; A N Said; African Research Network for Agricultural. biomass, MNRE; government of India estimated that about to MT of agriculture residue generating in India every year [4].

The generation of agriculture residues has been increased due to use of modern cultivation methods and fertilizers. The agriculture residues are of different forms and depend upon the type of Size: KB. Crop Residues and Agricultural. Wastes* Summary of Findings.

The Billion-Ton Update. estimates potential supplies of agricultural crop residues and wastes under different yield, tillage, and feedstock farmgate prices.

The largest quantities of agricultural residues and wastes are from the major commodity crops. Discuss the utilization of crop residues in a forage-livestock system Another way to extend the grazing season for livestock, which has benefits in manure spreading, fertilization, lower winter feed costs, and other advantages of animals being outside, is to utilize the stalks of crops.

There are two types of agricultural crop residues. Field residues are materials left in an agricultural field or orchard after the crop has been residues include stalks and stubble (), leaves, and seed residue can be ploughed directly into the ground, or burned first.

In contrast, no-till, strip-till or reduced till agriculture. Get this from a library. Utilization of agricultural crop residues: an annotated bibliography of selected publications, [Y W Han; S K Smith; United States.

Agricultural Research Service. Western Region.; Oregon State University. Agricultural. Roughly speaking, 23% of crop residues are cur-rently used as forage in China; 67% of livestock are fed by crop residues-related materials (Liu et al.

As fuel, crop residues provide Author: Zengyong Zhu, Yanfeng Qi, Min Wei, Xiufeng Wang, Huantao Wu. Crop residues encompasses all agricultural wastes such as straw, stem, stalk, leaves, husk, shell, peel, pulp, stubble, etc.

which come from cereals (rice, wheat, maize or corn, sorghum, barley, millet), cotton, groundnut, jute, legumes (tomato, bean, soy) coffee, cacao, tea. In another study, Qiu et al. adopted remote sensing data and reported about million MT crop residues inof which about 20–45% of this amount could substitute coal subject to regional utilization and customary needs of crop : Nurudeen Ishola Mohammed, Nassereldeen Kabbashi, AbassAlade.

Identification of Agricultural Crop Residues Using Non-Destructive Methods: /ch Biomass is a bulky and inhomogeneous material, making it difficult to transport and Author: Dimitrios Kateris, Ioannis Gravalos, Theodoros Gialamas.

SECTION INTRODUCTION Agricultural crop residues have four potential uses: (1) animal feed, (2) animal bedding, (3) prevention of soil erosion and soil fertility maintenance, and (4) an energy source.

The third use is most cornrnon because the technologj to use residues as an energy source is not well developed and feed values are low.

Residues. The term ‘crop residues’ covers the whole range of biomass produced as by-products from growing and processing crops. Crop residues encompasses all agricultural wastes such as bagasse, straw, stem, stalk, leaves, husk, shell, peel, pulp, stubble, etc.

Wheat and barley are the major staple crops. Effect of residue treatment on the NPK stock of crop residues [kg/ha, ±standard deviation] restituted to the soil per type of crop residue source.

Wheat values came from the mean of three years of experiments in winter wheat. For each type of nutrient and crop Cited by: Crop residue management.

See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Crop residues -- Utilization; Tillage; Narrower term: Stubble mulching; Filed under: Crop residue management Production practices for major crops in U.S.

Agriculture, / (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Sustainable utilization of crop residues for energy generation: A life cycle assessment (LCA) perspective. Prasad S(1), Singh A(2), Korres NE(3), Rathore D(4), Sevda S(5), Pant D(6). Author information: (1)Centre for Environment Science & Climate Resilient Agriculture (CESCRA), ICAR-Indian Agricultural Cited by: 1.

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE Wang et al. “Agricultural residues: Henan Prov.,” BioResources 7(3), Fig. Shares of different sources of agricultural residues in Henan Province in STATUS OF AGRICULTURAL RESIDUE UTILIZATION According to our investigation, an estimated Mt of agricultural residues.

Research in Developing More Efficient Harvesting Machinery and Utilization of Crop Residues Abstract The main objective of farming is to grow energy in the form of digestible nutrients.

Although the farmer Cited by:   Abstract India is one of the key producers of food grain, oilseed, sugarcane and other agricultural products.

Agricultural crops generate considerable amounts of leftover residues, with increases in food production crop residues also increasing. These leftover residues Cited by: Utilization of Crop Residues as Animal Feeds T.O. Williams, S. Fernandez-Rivera and T.G.

Kelley 25 3 Crop Residues in Tropical Africa: Trends in Supply, Demand and Use P.N. de Leeuw 41 4 Cowpea and its Improvement: Key to Sustainable Mixed Crop. Chemical residues in crops and produce Chemical residues will generally remain in a crop or its produce for a period of time after it has been treated with an agricultural chemical.

The rate at which. Residue multipliers. Production of crop residues is most commonly pdf as straw:grain (S:G) ratios. The standard practice is to quote residue production in terms of dry-matter mass and crop Cited by: The realistic potential for agricultural crop residues and biomass from forests is lower than the technical-sustainable potential.

Whereas the technicalsustainable potential for agricultural crop - residues .The use of ebook rotation, natural fertilizers such as manure, and biological pest control, as opposed to artificial fertilizers,pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, additives, and genetically modified organisms, to promote healthy vigorous crops.

Incorporating crop residue. Precision agriculture.