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Applicable Precised Equipment
Design and Construction of Electro-Culture System and Evaluation of its Effect on Grass Seed (Festuca arandinacea) Performance Improvement and Germination Rate

N. Ahangarnezhad1; Rouzbeh Abbaszadeh; Ahmad Norouzian

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 1-12


  Introduction Plants are able to respond to stresses or environmental factors. Application of electricity, magnetism, monochromatic light and sonic waves for increasing growth rate is called electro-culture. These factors can affect growth of plants. Many studies have shown that magnetic fields can affect ...  Read More

Applicable Energy and Renewable Energies
Life cycle assessment, Ethanol, Sugarcane, Biofuel

M. Soleymani; Alireza Keyhani; Mahmood Omid

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 13-27


  Introduction Replacing fossil fuels with renewable and environmentally friendly fuels is so essential, due to issues such as climate change, increasing fossil fuels prices, energy security and limitations of fossil fuels resources. Alternatives are wind energy, solar energy, geothermal energy, hydropower, ...  Read More

Applicable Soil Physics, Erosion and Conservation
Effect of grape leaves and pomegranate peel on soil structural stability and water repellency in different salinity levels

Vajiheh Dorostkar; Reyhane Vali

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 29-46


  Introduction Crop production in arid and semi arid regions especially in saline soils always has many problems. Soil low organic matter content is one of the limiting factors in arid condition. Incorporation of plant residues is a good strategy for increasing the soil organic carbon and consequently ...  Read More

Research Paper Soil Genesis and Classification
Micromorphological study of soil porosity and microstructure affected by land use in loess soils of Golestan Province using image analysis

Maryam Mohammadzadeh Mohammadabad; F. Khormali; Farshad Kiani; mohammad ajami

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 47-69


  Introduction Soil degradation is a widespread environmental problem that occurs as a result of land use change and destruction of vegetation cover that may lead to changes in soil structure and porosity. Land use change and land management have significant effects on physical and chemical properties ...  Read More

Analytical and Applicable Papers
Pistachio yield prediction using multiple linear regression and artificial neural network (A Case Study: Rafsanjan and Anar regions, Kerman Province)

Behrooz pourmohamadali; M.H. Salehi; S.J. Hosseinifard; H. Shirani; I. Esfandiarpour Borujeni

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 71-87


  Introduction In recent decades, due to a significant increase of pistachio cultivation and uncontrolled exploitation of groundwater resources as well as reducing rainfall precipitation, groundwater level has dropped and the quantity and the quality of water has also been reduced. Therefore, agricultural ...  Read More

Applicable Plant Nutrition, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
Evaluation of palygorskite and sepiolite abilities to supply Mg for sorghum plants in presence/absence of Glomus mosae mycorhizae

Faranak Ghasemi; ُSaeid Hojati; Ahmad Landi; Roya Zalaghi

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 89-104


  Introduction Clay minerals are considered as the main source of ion exchange and storage of nutrients in the soil. Knowledge of change and transformation of minerals, in relation to plant nutrition, fixation and release of elements is important. Sepiolite and palygorskite are fibrous clay minerals widely ...  Read More

Applicable Soil Physics, Erosion and Conservation
Effects of land management on soil erodibility-A case study in part of Zayandeh-Rood watershed

E. Karami; S. Ghorbani Dashtaki; Bijan Khalilimoghadam

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 105-119


  Introduction Soil erodibility can be viewed as the integral result of the processes determining the infiltration of rain into the soil and of the processes determining the soil’s resistance to the detachment of its particles and their subsequent transport (Lal, 1988). It is generally considered ...  Read More

Applicable Soil Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Isolation and identification of potassium solubilizing bacteria of the shale stones containing glauconite in Golestan Province and determination of growth promoting properties

S. A. Hosseini; mhsen olamaee; S. A. Movahedi Naeini; F. Khormali; R. Ghorbani Nasrabadi

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 121-136


  Introduction Potassium is one of the essential and macro elements in the growth of plant cells. This element plays an important role in improving the quality of agricultural products. The amounts of available potassium levels in most soils decrease more quickly and potassium balance is disturbed in many ...  Read More

Applicable Plant Nutrition, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
Effect of low-molecular-weight organic acids on growth and phosphorus uptake via maize (Zea mays L. cv. SC704) in some soils of Golestan province

Esmaeil Dordipour; Zeinab Bastamikojour; Mojtaba Baranimotlagh; Abdolreza Gharanjiki; Mohsen Olamaee

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 137-152


  Introduction The most important constraint in maize crop yield in developing contries worldwide, and especially among resource-poor farmers, is soil infertility. Therefore, maintaining soil quality can reduce the problems of land degradation that decreases soil fertility and rapidly declining production ...  Read More

Applicable Precision Agriculture
Investigating the relationship between horizontal penetrometer resistance and soil precompression stress

Mojtaba Naderi-Boldaji; Abbas Hemmat; T. Keller

Volume 40, Issue 2 , March 2018, Pages 153-169


  Introduction Soil compaction is a serious concern in modern agriculture. Field traffic using machines with high axle loads is likely to compact the soil below the plough layer. Compaction of the subsoil should be avoided since soil productivity is at risk of being reduced, and because the effects are ...  Read More