2 edition of Managing saline water for irrigation found in the catalog.
Managing saline water for irrigation
International Conference on Managing Saline Water for Irrigation: Planning for the Future Texas Tech University 1976.
|Statement||edited by H. E. Dregne ; sponsored by Subcommission on Salt-Affected Soils, International Society of Soil Science ... [et al.] ; organizing committee, H. E. Dregne ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Dregne, H. E., International Society of Soil Science. Subcommission on Salt-Affected Soils.|
|LC Classifications||S619.S24 I57 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||618 p. :|
|Number of Pages||618|
|LC Control Number||77623730|
Chapter 9 Irrigation Water Management Part Irrigation Guide (vi-NEH , IG Amend. NJ1, 06/) NJ The rate of decrease in soil-water content is an indication of plant water use and evaporation, which can be used to determine when to irrigate and how much to apply. This is the basic concept in scheduling Size: KB. Irrigation Water Quality Standards and Salinity Management Guy Fipps* Table 1. Kinds of salts normally found in irrigation waters, with chemical symbols and approxi-mate proportions of each salt. 1 (Longenecker and Lyerly, ) Chemical name Chemical symbol Approximate proportion of total salt content Sodiumchloride NaCl ModeratetolargeFile Size: KB.
Irrigating crops with saline water can result in yield loss and decreased quality. Plants vary greatly in their tolerance to saline water. The extent of yield loss when plants are irrigated with saline water depends on a number of factors including soil type, drainage and the frequency, method and time of irrigation. The information on this page will help growers make good irrigation decisions. economical means for managing many problems common to saline and sodic soils. Soil applications of amendments are used for initial reclamation and long-term maintenance of soil quality. In general, water applications are intended to alter the chemistry of irrigation water such that no further degradation in soil quality will occur. Rates of.
Irrigation salinity. Irrigation salinity is the rise in saline groundwater and the build-up of salt in the soil surface in irrigated areas. It is caused by using large volumes of irrigation water that locally raise groundwater levels and mobilise salt. Irrigation salinity is made worse when water used to irrigate is from salty sources. Managing salinity in the Indus Basin of Pakistan Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of River Basin Management Vol. 7, No. 2 (), pp. –(2) June with 4, Reads.
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The coverage in other chapters includes soil-water relationship, soil-water-plant relationships, measurement of soil water and irrigation water, methods of irrigation, scientific irrigation practices in crops, water quality and irrigation with saline water irrigation.
The book is intended for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of Agriculture/5(9). Book review; Published: 14 May Managing saline water for irrigation.
Dregne, H. (ed.): Proceedings of the International Conference on Managing Saline Water for Irrigation Cited by: Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: International Conference on Managing Saline Water for Irrigation: Planning for the Future, Texas Tech University, ; Format: Book; p.:.
Book Detail: Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free How to download PDF Book [Full Guide] Course Outline: Water Management including Micro Irrigation.
DEVELOPMENT OF IRRIGATION IN INDIA – WATER RESOURCES, IRRIGATION POTENTIAL AND IRRIGATION SYSTEMS OF INDIA AND TAMIL NADU. This book fills the need for an up-to-date comprehensive text on irrigation water management for students of agriculture both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The scope of the book 5/5(4). With the title "The Complete Irrigation Workbook," I thought I was getting a book that would educate me about designing irrigation for gardens, pastures, orchards and similar uses of water and land. This is a very comprehensive book -- if you're trying to keep a golf course evenly watered/5(11).
Several physical, chemical and biological soil management measures help facilitate the safe use of saline water in crop production.
Some important ones in this regard are: tillage, deep ploughing, sanding, use of chemical amendments and soil conditioners, organic and green manuring and mulching. In this study, four water qualities of irrigation (with total soluble salt concentration) viz., canal water ( mg kg-1), tubewell water Managing saline water for irrigation book kg-1), mixture-I (mg kg-1) and mixture-II (mg kg-1), the latter two qualities prepared by mixing in and ratios the canal and tubewell waters, respectively, and four field crops namely Cited by: 3.
hydrology for water management by stephen a thompson fundamentals of irrigation and on-farm water management volume – 1 by m h ali practices of irrigation and on-farm water management volume – 2 by m h ali hydrology – a science of nature by. Saline water management for irrigation in India.
However, the leaching of salts, soil microelements and agro-chemicals can lower the quality of the drainage water in the irrigation scheme. The irrigation return flows with water or poor quality are a source of pollution of the surface water bodies situated downstream of the drainage outlet.
Deep percolation could also contaminate the groundwater. Therefore, irrigation with saline water requires a comprehensive analysis even beyond the area where water Cited by: IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT WITH SALINE WATER. Dana O. Porter, P.E. Associate Professor and Extension Agricultural Engineering Specialist Texas Cooperative Extension and Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Texas A&M University Agricultural Research and Extension Center E.
FM Lubbock, Texas Voice: Fax: E-mail: [email protected] Size: 38KB. Irrigation Guide, Partis a guide. It describes the basics and process for planning, designing, evaluating, and managing irrigation systems. It pro- vides the process for states to supplement the guide with local soils, crops, and irrigation water requirement information needed to plan, design, evalu- ate, and manage irrigation systems.
Get this from a library. Managing saline water for irrigation: proceedings of the International Conference on Managing Saline Water for Irrigation: Planning for the Future.
[H E Dregne; International Society of Soil Science. Subcommission on Salt-Affected Soils.;] -- ISSS congress saline water. MANAGING SALINITY, SOIL AND WATER AMENDMENTS Blake Sanden, Allan Fulton and Louise Ferguson istachios are better adapted to moderately saline, calcareous soils more then any other commercial tree crop.
But proper assessment of potential salinity problems cannot be made just looking for visible salt precipitate on the soilFile Size: KB. Prepared by the Water Quality and Drainage Committee of the Irrigation and Drainage Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE.
Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, second edition, considers worldwide salinity and trace element management in irrigated agriculture and water supplies. This updated edition provides a reference to help sustain irrigated agriculture and integrates contemporary concepts and management.
Download Irrigation Engineering By – Irrigation involves the artificial application of water to soil, usually for assisting the growth of crops in dry areas or where there is a shortage of the process of agriculture becomes increasingly mechanised, the application of scientific methods and technology to the procedure of irrigation comes as no surprise.
CONTENT – Introduction Criteria To Determine Management Of Saline Water Question References QUALITY OF IRRIGATION WATER AND MANAGEMENT OF SALINE WATER FOR IRRIGATION 3. The suitability of irrigation water is mainly depends on the amounts and type of salts present in water.
Water management i. Irrigation frequency. Modifying water management through appropriate irrigation practices can often lead to increased crop yields under saline soil conditions.
Most plants require a continuous supply of readily available moisture to grow normally and produce high yields. managing your salinity irrigation with saline groundwater and ro concentrate for food security in arid/semiarid areas manoj k shukla, ph.d.
nakayama professor and chair department of plant and environmental sciences new mexico state university, las cruces, usa mahernandez hall. Agricultural water management ELSEVIER Agricultural Water Management 30 () Review Saline water management for irrigation in India P.S.
Minhas Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, KarnalIndia Accepted 3 August Abstract Much (%) of the ground water surveyed in different Indian States is rated either saline or by: Managing Saline Soils. The first step in managing salt-affected soils is to determine the problem and identify its cause or source.
If salt problems are suspected or likely, soil and water samples should be collected on an annual basis and analyzed for EC, ESP and/or SAR, and pH. Leaching.Irrigation water quality often determines the success of irrigated agriculture in many areas of the world. In the Western U. S. many farmers experience crop failures or low yields as a result of irrigating with moderately saline (moderately salty) water.
Many of these crop failures could be prevented and yields often could be increased through proper planning and proper irrigation by: 4.