A Review of Soil-Improving Cropping Systems for Soil Salinization
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Autor/esCuevas, Julián; Daliakopoulos, Ioannis N.; del Moral, Fernando; Hueso, Juan J.; Tsanis, Ioannis K.
Amajor challenge of the Sustainable Development Goals linked to Agriculture, Food Security, and Nutrition, under the current global crop production paradigm, is that increasing crop yields often have negative environmental impacts. It is therefore urgent to develop and adopt optimal soil-improving cropping systems (SICS) that can allow us to decouple these system parameters. Soil salinization is a major environmental hazard that limits agricultural potential and is closely linked to agricultural mismanagement and water resources overexploitation, especially in arid climates. Here we review literature seeking to ameliorate the negative e ect of soil salinization on crop productivity and conduct a global meta-analysis of 128 paired soil quality and yield observations from 30 studies. In this regard, we compared the e ectivity of di erent SICS that aim to cope with soil salinization across 11 countries, in order to reveal those that are the most promising. The analysis shows that...
soil improving crop systems; irrigation management; nutrient management;