Crop responses to soil salinization in the context of climate change

Albino Maggio


Soil salinization is an expanding phenomenon, exacerbated by climate change. Mediterranean environments are exposed to salinization. Assessment of the specific crop-environment interactions is therefore critical for these areas. In this context, models to evaluate crop response to salinity, including applications of SWAP and Hydrus models to study viable water management options and water movement in salinized agricultural zones can contribute to identify optimal mitigation strategies.

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