Dr. Abdulrasoul Mosa Al-omran

Dr. Abdulrasoul Mosa Al-omran

Professor
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Soil Science from Oregon State University, USA

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Biography

Dr. Abdulrasoul Mosa Al-Omran is currently working as Professor of soil and water Sciences. He obtained his PhD degree in 1984 from Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA in Soil Science. M.Sc. From University of California at Davis, USA in 1979 in Water Science (Irrigation). He is serving as Editor-in-chief of Saudi Journal of Agricultural Sciences. His major field of interest is Soil Science (soil physics) and Agricultural Engineering. He published 90 articles in national and international journals and 4 Books. He is also a member of American Society of Agronomy, Soil Science Society of America and Saudi Society for Agricultural Science.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Soil Physics
62%
Irrigation
90%
Soil Properties
75%
Crop Water Requirement
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Ibrahim, A., A.R.A. Usman, M.I. Al-Wabel, M. Nadeem, Y.S. Ok, and A. Al-Omran, 2017. Effects of conocarpus biochar on hydraulic properties of calcareous sandy soil: Influence of particle size and application depth. Arch. Agron. Soil Sci., 63: 185-197.
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  2. Usman, A.R.A., M.I. Al-Wabel, A.H. Abdulaziz, W.A. Mahmoud and A.H. El-Naggar et al., 2016. Conocarpus biochar induces changes in soil nutrient availability and tomato growth under saline irrigation. Pedosphere, 26: 27-38.
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  3. Aly, A.A., A.M. Al-Omran, A.S. Sallam, M.I. Al-Wabel and M.S. Al-Shayaa, 2016. Vegetation cover change detection and assessment in arid environment using multi-temporal remote sensing images and ecosystem management approach. Solid Earth, 7: 713-725.
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  4. Sallam. A., A. Usman, H. Al-Makrammy, M. Al-Wabel and A. Al-Omran, 2015. Environmental assessment of tannery waste in relation to dumpsite soil: a case study from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Arabian J. Geosci., 8: 11019-11029.

  5. El-Naggar, A.H., R.A. Adel, U.A. Al-Omran, Y.S. Ok, M. Ahmad, M.I. Al-Wabel, 2015. Carbon mineralization and nutrient availability in calcareous sandy soils amended with woody waste biochar. Chemosphere, 138: 67-73.

  6. Aly, A.A., A.M. Alomran and A. Kahaha, 2015. Water management for cucumber: greenhouse experiment in saudi arabia and modeling study using saltmed model. J. Soil Water Conserv. Soc., 70: 1-11.

  7. AlHarbi, A.R. , A.M. Al-Omran, M. Alenazi and M.A. Wahb-Allah, 2015. Salinity and deficit irrigation influence tomato growth, yield and water use efficiency at different developmental stages. Int. j. agric. Biol., 17: 241-250.

  8. Al-Wabel, M.I., A. Usman, A. Al-Naggar, A. Aly, H. Ibrahim, S. Elmaghraby and A.M. Alomran, 2015. Conocarpus biochar as a soil amendment for reducing heavy metals availability and uptake by maize plants. Saudi J. Biol. Soc., 20: 503-511.

  9. Al-Omran, A.M., F. Barakah, A. Altququ, A. Aly and M. Nadeem, 2015. Drinking water quality assessment and water quality index of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Water Qual. Res. J. Can., 50: 287-296.

  10. Al-Gadi, K., V.C. Patil, R. Madugundu, E. Tola, S. Marey, A.M. Alomran and A. Al-Dosari, 2015. Variable rate application technology for optimizing alfalfa production in arid climate. Int. j. agric. Biol., 17: 71-79.

  11. Patil, V.C., K. Al-gaadi, R. Madugundu, E. Tola, S. Marey, A.M. Alomran, R. Kholsa, S.Upadhyaya, D. Mulla and A. Al-Dosari, 2014. Delineation of management zones and response of spring wheat (triticum aestivum) to irrigation and nutrient levels in Saudi Arabia. Int. j. agric. Biol., 16: 104-110.

  12. Aly, A.A., F.M. Kishk, H.M. Gaber and A.M. Al-Omran, 2014. Long term detection and hydrochemistry of groundwater resources in Egypt: Case study of Siwa oasis. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 10.1016/j.jssas.2014.04.003.
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  13. Aly, A.A., A.M. Alomran and M. Alharby, 2014. The water quality index and hydrochemical characterization of groundwater resources in hafar albatin, Saudi Arabia. Arabian J. Geosci., 8: 4177-4190.

  14. AlHarbi, A.R., A.M. Saleh, A.M. Al-Omran and M.A. Wahb-Allah, 2014. Response of bell-pepper (capsicum annuum l.) to salt stress and deficit irrigation strategy under greenhouse conditions. Acta Hortic., 1034: 443-445.

  15. Usman, A.R., A.S. Sallam, A.M. Al-Omran, A.H. El-Naggar, K. Al-Enazi, M. Nadeem and M. Alwabel, 2013. Chemically modified biochar produced from conocarpus wastes: an efficient sorbent for Fe(II) removal from acidic aqueous solutions. Adsorpt. Sci. Technol., 31: 625-640.

  16. Khater, A.M., L.H. Al-Mobark, A.A. Aly and A.M. Al-Omran, 2013. Natural radionuclides in clay deposits: concentration and dose assessment. Radiat. Prot. Dosim., 156: 321-330.

  17. Ibrahim, H., M. Alwabel, A. Usman and A. Alomran, 2013. Effect of conocarpus biochar application on the hydraulic properties of a sandy loam soil. Soil Sci., 178: 165-173.

  18. Aly, A., A.M. Alomran, M. Alwabel1, A. Almahaini and M. Alamari, 2013. Hydrochemical and quality of water resources in Saudi Arabia groundwater: A comparative study of Riyadh and Al-Ahsa regions. Proc. Int. Acad. Ecol. Environ. Sci., 3: 42-51.

  19. Alomran, A.M., M. Alwabel, S.E. El-Magraby, M. Nadeem and S. Al-Sharani, 2013. Spatial variability of soil properties irrigated with sewage treated water. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 12: 167-175.

  20. Alomran, A.M. , I.I. Louki, A.A. Aly and M.E. Nadeem, 2013. Impact of deficit irrigation on soil salinity and cucumber yield under in arid environment. J. Agric. Sci. Technol., 15: 1247-1259.

  21. Al-Wabel, M.I., A. Al-Omran, A.H. El-Naggar, M. Nadeem and A.R.A. Usman, 2013. Pyrolysis temperature induced changes in characteristics and chemical composition of biochar produced from conocarpus wastes. Bioresource Technol., 131: 374-379.
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  22. Alomran. A.M., S.E. El-Magraby, M.E.A. Nadeem, A.M. Eleter and H. AlMohani, 2012. Long term effect of irrigation with the treated sewage effluent on some soil properties of al-hassa governorate , Saudi Arabia. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 11: 15-18.

  23. Alomran, A.M., I.I. Louki, A.A. Aly, A.R. Alharbi and M.E. Nadeem, 2012. Cucumber yield response to deficit irrigation at open field experiments on Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Egypt. J. Soil Sci., 52: 403-415.

  24. Al-Omran, A.M., S.E. El-Maghraby, A.A. Aly, M.I. Al-Wabel, Z.A. Al-Asmari and M.E. Nadeem, 2012. Quality assessment of various bottled waters marketed in Saudi Arabia. Environ. Monitor. Assess., 185: 6397-6406.
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  25. Al-Omran, A.M., A.A.R. Al-Harbi, M.A. Wahb-Allah, M.A. Alwabel, M.E.A. Nadeem, and A. Al-Eter, 2012. Management of Irrigation Water Salinity in Greenhouse Tomato Production under Calcareous Sandy Soil and Drip Irrigation. J. Agr. Sci. Tech., 14: 939-950.
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  26. Al-Wabel, M., A.M. Al-Omran and S.E. El-Magraby, 2011. Assessing the validity of the gray water resulting from ablution for different purposes. J. king Saud univ. Agric. Sci., .

  27. Al-Omran, A.M., S.E. El-Maghraby, M.E.A. Nadeem, A.M. El-Eter and S.M.I. Al-Qahtani, 2011. Impact of Cement Dust on Some Soil Properties Around the Cement Factory in Al-Hasa Oasis, Saudi Arabia. Am.-Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 11: 840-846.
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  28. Al-Omran, A.M, A.R. Alharbi, M.A. Wahab-Allah, M. Nadeem and A. El-Eter, 2010. Impact of saline water rates under surface and subsurface drip irrigation system on tomato production. Turk. J. Agric. For., 33: 1-15.

  29. Al-Faifi, H., A.M. Al-Omran, M. Nadeem, A. El-Eter, H.A. Khater and S.E. El-Maghraby, 2010. Soil Deterioration as Influenced by Land Disposal of Reject Brine from Salbukh Water Desalination Plant at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Desalin., 250: 479-484.
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  30. Al-Omran, A.M, S. Al-Damry, M. Nadeem and A. El-Eter, 2009. Effect of irrigation regime and emitter depth on yield and water use for tomato. J. King Saud Univ. Agric. Sci., 21: 43-54.

  31. Al-Harbi, A.R., M.A. Wahab-Allah and A.M. Alomran, 2009. Effects of salinity and irrigation management on growth and yield of tomato grown under greenhouse conditions. Proc. IS Prot. Cult. Mid. Winter Clim. Acta Hortic., 807: 201-205.

  32. Al-Garni, H.M. and A.M. Al-Omran, 2009. Determination and evaluation of chemical composition of sewage treated water in riyadh main plant for irrigation. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 9: 1-14.

  33. Carrow, R. N., Duncan, R.R. and M.T. Huck, (Ed.). 2008. Turfgrass and landscape irrigation water quality: Assessment and management. CRC Press, London New York, Pages: 473.

  34. Al-Harbi, A.R., A.M. Al-Omran and F.I. El-Adgham, 2008. Effect of Drip Irrigation Levels and Emitters Depth on Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) Growth. J. Applied Sci., 8: 2764-2769.
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  35. Al-Omran, A.M., A.S. Sheta, A.M. Falatah and A.R. Al-Harbi, 2007. Effect of subsurface amendments and drip irrigation on tomato growth. Drasat, 34: 13-24.

  36. Abdel-Nasser, G., A.M. Al-Omran, A.M. Falatah, A.S. Sheta and A.R. Al-Harbi, 2007. Impact of natural conditioners on water retention, infiltration and evaporation characteristics of sandy soil. J. Applied Sci., 7: 1699-1708.
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  37. Sheta, A.S., A.M. Al-Omran, A.M. Falatah, A.A. Sallam and A.R. Al-Harbi, 2006. Characteristics of Natural Clay Deposits in Saudi Arabia and Their Potential for Water Conservations. J. King Saud Univ., Agric. Sci., 19: 25-38.
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  38. Sheta, A.S., A.M. Al-Omran and A.M. Falatah, 2006. Effect of Clay Deposits on Physicochemical and Intermittent Evaporation Characteristics of Torripsamment. Arid Land Res. Manage., 20: 295-307.
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  39. Al-Omran, A., A. Falatah, A. Sheta, A. Al-Harbi, 2006. Use of Clay Deposits in Water Management of Calcareous Sandy Soils Under-Surface and Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation. Arab Gulf J. Sci. Res., 24: 138-143.
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  40. Al-Omran, A.M., A.S. Sheta, A.M. Falatah and A.R. Al-Harbi, 2005. Effect of Drip Irrigation on Squash (Cucurbita pepo) Yield and Water-Use Efficiency in Sandy Calcareous Soils Amended with Clay Deposits. Agric. Water Manage., 73: 43-55.
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  41. Al-Omran, A.M., A.M. Falatah and S.S. Al-Matrood, 2005. Evaluation of Irrigation Well Water Quality in Riyadh Region, Saudi Arabia. J. King Abdulaziz Univ., 16: 23-40.
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  42. Al-Omran, A.M., G. Abdel-Nasser, I. Choudhary and J. Al-Otuibi, 2004. Spatial Variability of soil pH and Salinity Under Date Palm Cultivation. Agric. Res. Center, King Saud Univ., Res. Bulletin., 128: 5-36.
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  43. Al-Omran, A.M., F.S. Mohammad, H.M. Al-Ghobari and A.A. Alazba, 2004. Determination of Evapotranspiration of Tomato and Squash Using Lysimeters in Central Saudi Arabia. Int. Agric. Eng. J., 13: 27-36.
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  44. Al-Omran, A.M., A.M. Falatah, A.S. Sheta, and A.R. Al-Harbi, 2004. Clay Deposits for Water Management of Sandy Soils. Arid. Land Res. Manage., 18: 171-183.
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  45. Al-Omran, A.M., A.M. Falatah, A.S. Sheta and A.R. Al-Harbi, 2004. Effect of clay deposits and irrigation levels on growth and water use efficiency of wheat. Eygpt. J. Soil Sci., 44: 477-487.

  46. Alazba, A.A., H.M. Alghobari, F.S. Mohammad and A.M. Alomran, 2003. Measured and Estimated Crop et and kc for Wheat And Barley in Central Saudi Arabia. Alexandria J. Agric. Res., 48: 1-9.
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  47. Al-Matroud, S.S., A.M. Al-Omran and G. Abdel-Nasser, 2003. Effect of Water Quality on Infiltration Rate of Soils. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 2: 1-25.
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  48. Al-Omran, A.M., M.I. Choudhary, A.A. Shalaby and M.M. Mursi, 2002. Impact of Natural ClayDeposits on Water Movement in Calcareous Sandy Soil. Arid. Land Res. Manage., 16: 185-193.
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  49. Al-Omran, A.M., A.M. Falatah, A.A. Shalaby, M. Mursi and M.S. Nadeim et al., 2002. Impact of the Natural Deposits of Saudi Arabia on Selected Physical Properties of Calcareous Sandy Soil. Dirasat Agric. Sci., 29: 285 -294.
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  50. Al-Omran, A.M., 2002. Irrigation water conservation in Saudi Arabia. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 1: 1-50.

  51. Al-Omran, A.M., A.M. Falatah, A.A. Shalaby, M.M. Mursi and M. Nadeem, 2001. Application of natural and synthetic soil conditioners for water conservation in calcareous sandy soil. J. King Saud Univ. Agric. Sci., 14: 101-112.

  52. Falatah, A.M., A.M. Al-Omran, A.A. Shalaby and M.M. Mursi, 1999. Infiltration in a Calcareous Sandy Soil as Affected by Water-Soluble Polymers. Arid. Soil Res. Rehabil., 13: 61-73.
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  53. Al-Harbi, A.R., A.M. Al-Omran, A.A. Shalaby and M.I. Choudhary, 1999. Efficacy of a Hydrophilic Polymer Declines with Time in Greenhouse Experiments. HortSci., 34: 223-224.
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  54. Choudhary, M.I., A.M. Al-Omran and A.A. Shalaby, 1998. Physical Properties of Sandy Soil Affected by Soil Conditioner Under Wetting and Drying Cycles. Agric. Sci., 3: 69-74.
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  55. Al-Wabela, M.I., A.M. Al-Omrana1, A.A. Shalabya and M.I. Choudharya, 1998. Effect of Sewage Sludge on Some Chemical Properties of Calcareous Sandy Soils. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 29: 2713-2724.
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  56. Falatah, A.M., M.I. Choudhary, A.A. Shalaby and A.M. Al-Omran, 1997. Spatial Variability of some Soil Physical Characteristics of Al-Khotkhot Experimental Station. J. King Saud Univ. Agirc. Sci., 9: 303-318.
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  57. Al-Wabel, M.I., A.A. Shalaby and A.M. Al-Omran, 1997. Intermittent Evaporation from Calcareous Sandy Soils as Affected by Sewage Sludge. Arid. Soil Res. Rehabil., 11: 85-93.
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  58. Al-Omran, A.M., M.I. Al-Wabel and A.A. Shalaby, 1997. Impact of Sewage Sludge on Water Movement in Calcareous Sandy Soils. Sultan Qaboos Univ. Agric. Sci., 2: 59-67.
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  59. Al-Harbi, A.R., A.M. Al-Omran, A. Shalaby, H. Wahdan and M.I. Choudhary, 1997. Growth Response of Cucumber to Hydrophilic Polymer Application Under Different Soil Moisture Levels. J. Vegetable Crop Prod., 2: 57-64.
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  60. Falatah, A.M., M.I. Choudhary and A.M. AL-Omran, 1996. Changes in Some Chemical Properties of Arid Soils as Affected by Synthetic Polymers. Arid. Soil Res. Rehabil., 10: 277-285.
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  61. Al-Omran, A.M., W.A. Al-Mustafa and M.M. Mursi, 1996. Spatial Variability of some Soil Physical Properties. II. Kriging and Cokriging. J. King Saud Univ. Agric. Sci., 8: 229-243.
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  62. Al-Darby, A.M., A.M. Al-Omran, Y.Z. El-Shafei, and A.A. Shalaby, 1996. Influence of a Highly Swelling Gel-Forming Conditioner (Acryhope) on Hydrophysical Properties of Layered Sandy Soils. J. King Saud Univ. Agric. Sci., 8: 160-173.
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  63. Falatah, A.M. and A.M. Al-Omran, 1995. Impact of a Soil Conditioner on Some Selected Chemical Properties of a Calcareous Soil. Arid. Soil Res. Rehabil., 9: 91-96.
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  64. Choudhary, M.I., A.A. Shalaby and A.M. Al-Omran, 1995. Water Holding Capacity and Evaporation of Calcareous Soils as Affected by Four Synthetic Polymers. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 26: 2205-2215.
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  65. El-Shafei, Y.Z., A.M. Al-Darby, A.M. Shalaby and A.M. Al-Omran, 1994. Impact of a Highly Swelling Gel-Forming Conditioner (Acryhope) Upon Water Movement in Uniform Sandy Soils. Arid. Soil Res. Rehabil., 8: 33-50.
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  66. Alharbi, A.R., A.M. Al-Omran, H. Wahdan and A.A. Shaluby, 1994. Impact of Irrigation Regime and Addition of a Soil Conditioner on Tomato Seedling Growth. Arid Soil Res. Reh., 8: 285-290.
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  67. Al-Omran, A.M., 1993. State Space Analysis of Soil Water Content and Textural Fractions. J. King Saud Univ. Agric. Sci., 5: 277-287.
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  68. Al-Omran, A.M. and O. El-Bassir, 1993. State Space Analysis of the Spatial Variability Field-Measured Infiltration: A Case Study from Saudi Arabia. Arab Gulf J. Scient., Res., 11: 69-82.
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  69. Al-Darby, A.M., A.M. Al-Omran, and A.A. Shalaby, 1993. Influence of Water Quality on Water Absorption Capacity of Soil Gel-Conditioners. J. King Saud Univ., Agri. Sci., 5: 111-117.
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  70. Y.Z. El-Shafei, A.M. Al-Omran, A.M. Al-Darby and A.A. Shalaby, 1992. Influence of Upper Layer Treatment of Gel-Forming Conditioner on Water Movement in Sandy Soils Under Sprinkler Infiltration. Arid Soil Res. Rehabil., 6: 217-231.
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  71. Wendroth, O., D.R. Nielsen, A.M. Al-Omran, C. Kirda and K. Reichardt, 1992. State-Space Approach to Spatial Variability of Crop Yield. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 56: 801-807.
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  72. Al-Omran, A.M. and A.A. Shalaby, 1992. Effect of Water Quality and Gel-Conditioner Rate on Intermittent Evaporation. J. King Saud Univ., Agric. Sci., 4: 273-286.
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  73. Al-Omran, A.M., A.M. Al-Darby, M.A. Mustafa and A.A. Shalaby, 1991. Impact of Gel Conditioners and Water Salinity on Intermittent Evaporation. Egypt J. Soil Sci., 31: 575-588.
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  74. Al-Omran, A.M., M.A. Mustafa, A.M. Al-Darby and A.A. Shalaby, 1991. Gel-Conditioned Barriers for Water Management of Sandy Soils. Irrig. Sci., 12: 7-12.
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  75. Al-Omran, A.M., M.A. Mustafa and A.A. Shalaby, 1990. Response of Wheat to Irrigation Regime and a Gel-Conditioner. J. King Saud Univ., Agric. Sci., 2: l39-145.
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  76. Al-Omran, A.M., 1990. The Effect of Water Regimes on Corn and Wheat Production. Emir. J. Agric. Sci. , 2: 80-96.
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  77. Al-Omran, A.M., A.A. Shalaby, M.A. Mustafa and A.M. Al-Darby, 1990. Impact of Water Quality on Crust Strength of a Gel-Conditioned Calcareous Sandy Soil. Soil Technol., 3: 57-62.
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  78. Al-Mustafa, W.A., and A.M. Al-Omran, 1990. Reliability of 1:1, 1:2 and 1:5 Weight Extracts for Expressing Salinity in Light-Textured Soils of Saudi Arabia. J. Coll. Agri. King Saud Univ Agric. Sci., 2: 321-329.
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  79. Al-Darby, A.M., M.A. Mustafa, A.M. Al-Omran, M.O. Mahjoub, 1990. Effect of Three Commercial Conditioners on Available Water, Water Conserved, and Crust Strength of a Loamy Sand Soil. J. King Saud Uni., Agric. Sci., 2: 307-320.
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  80. Al-Darby, A.M., M.A. Mustafa, A.M. Al-Omran, 1990. Effect of Water Quality on Infiltration of Loamy Sand Soil Treated With Three Gel-Conditioners. Soil Technol., 3: 83-90.
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  81. Al-Darby, A.M., M.A. Mustafa, A.M. Al-Omran and M.O. Mahjoub, 1990. Effect of wheat residue and evaporative demands on intermittent evaporation. Soil Tillage Res., 15: 105-116.
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  82. Mustafa, M. A., A.M. Al-Darby, A.M. Al-Omran and M. Mursi, 1989. Impact of a Gel Conditioner And Water Quality Upon Soil Infiltration. Irrig. Sci., 10: 169-176.
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  83. Mustafa, M.A., A.M. Al-Omran, A.A. Shalaby, and A.M. Al-Darby, 1988. Horizontal Infiltration of Water in Soil Columns as Affected by a Gel - Forming Conditioner. Soil Sci., 145: 330-336.
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  84. Al-Omran, A.M., M.A. Mustafa and M.Mursi, 1988. The influence of a Gel-Forming Conditioner on Water Retention and Crust Strength of Some Calcareous Soil. J. Coll. Agric. King Saud Univ., 1: 199-207.
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  85. Al-Omran, A.M., M.A. Mustafa and A.A. Shalaby, 1987. Intermittent Evaporation from Soil Columns as Affected by a Gel-forming Conditioner. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 51: 1593-1599.
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  86. Al-Omran, A.M., 1987. Evaluation of Some Irrigation Water in Central Region of Saudi Arabia. J. Coll. Agric. King Saud Univ., 9: 363-369.
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  87. Al-Omran, A.M., 1986. Temperature and Water Stress Effects on the Growth of Corn Seedling (Zea mays). J. Coll. Agric., King Saud Univ., 8: 449-456.
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