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TENSIOMETERS LOCATION IN CONTROLLED AUTOMATED DRIP IRRIGATION OF COTTON.
Year:
1985
Source of publication :
Authors :
Levin, Israel
;
.
Volume :
Co-Authors:
Levin, Israel, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr
Sarig, Shmuel, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr
Meron, Moshe, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr
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From page:
782
To page:
785
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Total pages:
4
)
Abstract:
As more commercial farms use automatic irrigation devices, irrigation controlled by electrotensiometers may be of practical importance. The success of such a system depends upon (except for overcoming technical difficulties) identifying the optimal soil water potential and distance and depth of electrotensiometers relative to the water outlet. The results of research to determine the response of cotton to automatic drip irrigation controlled by electrotensiometers carried out in 1984 is reported.
Note:
Related Files :
AUTOMATED DRIP IRRIGATION
IRRIGATION - Control
SOILS - Moisture Control
soil water potential
WATER SUPPLY - Optimization
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Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
Conference paper
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Language:
English
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ID:
31048
Last updated date:
02/03/2022 17:27
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Scientific Publication
TENSIOMETERS LOCATION IN CONTROLLED AUTOMATED DRIP IRRIGATION OF COTTON.
Levin, Israel, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr
Sarig, Shmuel, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr
Meron, Moshe, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr, Inst of Soil & Water, Bet-Dagan, Isr
TENSIOMETERS LOCATION IN CONTROLLED AUTOMATED DRIP IRRIGATION OF COTTON.
As more commercial farms use automatic irrigation devices, irrigation controlled by electrotensiometers may be of practical importance. The success of such a system depends upon (except for overcoming technical difficulties) identifying the optimal soil water potential and distance and depth of electrotensiometers relative to the water outlet. The results of research to determine the response of cotton to automatic drip irrigation controlled by electrotensiometers carried out in 1984 is reported.
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