Independant Expert for
- Irrigation+Salinity - Fertilizers+Crops - Soils+Environment -
Dr. Uwe Schleiff
P.O.Box 19 34
D-38289 Wolfenbüttel
Tel./Fax ++49-(0)5331- 907440
eMail schleiff@salinity.de
http://salinity.schleiff.net

Other Publications and Chosen Lectures


  1. SCHLEIFF, U. : Critical values of the zinc supply of crops and zinc contents of some crops in Schleswig-Holstein. Master thesis, Kiel 1970 (in German)

  2. FINCK, A. and SCHLEIFF, U. :Salt tolerance of crops under ecological conditions in southern Italy with special reference to high magnesium content in soil. International Symposium on new developments in the field of salt affected soils. Cairo 1975, 627-633 (in English)

  3. SCHLEIFF, U. : Significance of potassium fertilization for salt sensitive crops irrigated with saline water. Ztschr. f. Bewässerungswirtschaft, 10. Jg., H. 2, 1975, 175-186 (in German)

  4. SCHLEIFF U. : Chloride and cation contents of wheat shoots of various vegetation stages atincreasing soil salinity due to irrigation with chloride containing water. Mitt. des Leichtweiss-Institutes, H.50,1976, 423-431 (in German)

  5. SCHLEIFF, U. : Effect of magnesium and sodium salinity on the mineral supply of corn and wheat. Kali-Briefe, Fachgebiet 2, 8. Folge, 1977, 1-12 (in German)

  6. SCHLEIFF, U. : Preliminary results on salt damage and potassium supply of crops in Al Hassa. Lecture to the "Al Hassa Irrigation and Drainage Authority", Hofuf, Saudi Arabia, June 1977

  7. SCHLEIFF, U. : Significance of potassium fertilization for salt-sensitive crops under irrigation with saline water. Applied Sciences and Development, Vol. 10, 1977, 96-104 (in English)

  8. SCHLEIFF, U. :Salt contents in soil solutions far and near the roots under controlled irrigation of onions with different water qualities. Hofuf Agricultural Research Center, Saudi Arabia, Publ. No. 25, 1978 (in English)

  9. SCHLEIFF, U. : Potassium supply of some crops under irrigation with water of different qualities. Hofuf Agric. Research Center, Saudi Arabia, Publ. No. 29, 1978 (in English)

  10. SCHLEIFF, U. : Chloride and salt contents in the rhizospheric and non-rhizospheric soil water under irrigation. Lecture at the "Agricultural Research Station Büntehof", Hannover, June 1978

  11. SCHLEIFF, U. and FINCK, A. : Biophysical and nutritional problems of plant growth in high saline environment. Lecture on the "6th International Biophysical Congress", Kioto, 1978

  12. SCHLEIFF, U. : Phosphorus supply of soils and plants under irrigation in Al Hassa, Saudi Arabia. Hofuf Agric. Res. Center, Saudi Arabia, Publ No. 34, 1979 (in English)

  13. SCHLEIFF, U. : Salt contents in the rhizosphere and in soil solution outside the rhizosphere under controlled irrigation. in: Soils in Mediterranean Type Climates and Their Yield Potential. Proc. 14th Colloq. Int. Potash Institute, Bern, 1979, 93-98 (in English)

  14. SCHLEIFF, U. : Water and nutrient uptake of crops irrigated with water of various qualities. in: Irrigation and agricultural Development. ed.: S.S. Johl, Pergamon Press, Oxford-New York, 1980, 231- 244 (in English)

  15. SCHLEIFF, U. : Dynamics of salt contents in the soil far from and near to the roots of plants irrigated with highly saline water at various application frequencies. Intern. Symp. Salt Affected Soils Proc., Karnal/India, 1980 (in English)

  16. SCHLEIFF, U. : Contribution of the diffusion to reduce the concentration gradient between highly saline rhizospheric soil solutions and less saline non-rhizospheric soil solution during a transpiration break. Mitt. d. Leichtweiss-Institutes, H. 72, 1982, 107-124 (in German)

  17. SCHLEIFF, U. : The effect of soil osmotic and soil matric water potential of the rhizosphere on the water uptake rate by wheat roots. International Symposium on Saline Water for Agriculture and Aquaculture. March 1984, Beer Sheva, Israel (poster)

  18. SCHLEIFF, U. : Water uptake rates of barley roots from a light-textured soil as affected by decreasing osmotic and matric water potentials in the rhizosphere. International conference on soil salinity under irrigation - processes and management. April 1984, Bet Dagan, Israel (lecture)

  19. SCHLEIFF, U. : Some criteria for irrigation water quality. University Hohenheim/Stuttgart, February 1985 (lecture)

  20. SCHLEIFF, U. : Growth of plants in relation to soil salinity and nutrient supply. Seminar of the GTZ in Dongying, China, Sept. 1985

  21. SCHLEIFF, U. : Determination of irrigation water quality. Seminar of the GTZ in Dongying, China, Sept. 1985

  22. SCHLEIFF, U. : The significance of the rhizospheric soil for the salt tolerance of plants. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, Schweiz, Februar 1986 (lecture)

  23. SCHLEIFF, U. : The contribution of morphological properties of root systems for the water supply of crops from non-saline and saline soils. ETH Zürich, 10 years celebration of the Agric. Research Station Eschikon, May 1986 (poster)

  24. SCHLEIFF, U. : Aspects of crop salt tolerance in irrigated agriculture. Agricultural Faculty of Kiel, May 1986 (lecture)

  25. SCHLEIFF, U. : Soil salinity in irrigated agriculture. Manuscript for a course of study, University of Hanover, 1989

  26. SCHLEIFF, U. : Selected aspects of crop salt tolerance with special reference to salt dynamic processes in the rhizosphere (lecture at the University of Hanover, 1997)

  27. SCHLEIFF, U. : Presentation of the portable field laboratory ‚SALINITY AND SOIL FERTILITY KIT' at the EU supported international workshop of the Concerted Action ‚Saline Irrigation: Halophyte Production and Utilization' in Agadir/MOROCCO, April 1999