This volume discusses the possible improvement of forage production for livestock in areas with limited irrigation water and, sometimes, land. It is written in two parts: the first provides some basic elements of forest yield formation, while the second gives details of five crops plus pastures selected because of their wide distribution or recommendations for use. The book mainly deals with crop agronomy, such as soil management, crop selection, input scheduling, and forage quality, as well as examining the physical processes, such as climate factors, crop-water functions, low water quality, and irrigation methods. Serving as a reference book, this volume should be of interest to research workers, fanners, teachers, extension and advisory agents and senior students of agriculture and animal science.
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