Microirrigation for Crop Production, Volume 13 - 1st EditionEarly History Worldwide 1. Early History in United States 1. Current Irrigated Area 1. Principal Crops Utilizing Microirrigation 1. Trends 1. Economics 1.
Microirrigation for Crop Production, Volume 13
Scheduling principles using evapotranspiration 3. Comparing simple irrigation schedule with the optimal irrigation schedule The Farm-Level Perspective 6. System Components 9.System Components 9. Soil Salinity Distribution 4. Linear Systems 7. Chemical Injectors 7.
Boron leaching 4. Emitter connection losses 5. Gravimetric determination of soil water content 2. Transpiration measurements by sap flow 3.
Infiltration 4. Advantages 1. Comparing optimal schedule with conventional irrigation schedule Evapotranspiration estimates 7.
Salinity 4. Chemical Application of Non-Fertilizer Materials 6. Pence, P. Salinity 4.
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Lateral line drip tubing View on ScienceDirect. Dripline length Restricted crop rotation 1.
Cyclonic filters or centrifugal separators. Inverse methods 2! Variations from Hydraulic Design Liang, Y.Land Area priduction. Capacitance 2. Chemical precipitation This text offers the most current understanding of the management criteria needed to obtain maximum water and fertilization efficiency.
Placement and implementation 3. Reduced nonbeneficial use 1. Direct measurement of Etc 7. Corrosion Resistance of Surfaces 8.
Soil water measurement and controls 3. Installation Issues Irrigation Strategy for Environmental Protection. The light reflected from the surface of plastic mulch can improve the Fig. Current Irrigated Area 1.
Wastewater Chemical Supply Tanks and Secondary Containment 8. System uniformity considerations On-off control 7.
Use of biological effluent and treated wastewaters 1. Determination of design criteria Types of Agrochemicals 8. Lateral line spacing .Uniformity of Water Application System uniformity considerations related to soil hydraulic parameters System uniformity considerations related to root intrusion and root pinching Soil Water Measurements 2.
Irrigation uniformity Disadvantages 1. Crop selection 4. Electrical resistance 2.