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Irrigation management and field salt balance
Year:
1984
Source of publication :
Soil Salinity under Irrigation
Authors :
Russo, David
;
.
Volume :
Co-Authors:
  • J. D. Oster
  • J. van Schilfgaarde
  • D. Russo
Facilitators :
From page:
175
To page:
219
(
Total pages:
45
)
Abstract:

Crop water requirement and irrigation water quality are two primary parameters that have to be considered in order to ensure proper water management for salinity control. Correct irrigation restores the soil water deficit and avoids the application of a wasteful and potentially harmful excess. Some excess water (irrigation plus rainfall) is needed to control soil salinity. Soluble salts contained in irrigation water are concentrated in the soil solution as a result of soil evaporation and plant transpiration. When more water is applied than is used during a crop season and adequate drainage exists, net water movement is downward and salts are leached from the root zone.

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Related Files :
irrigation water
Root zone
Salinity control
Soil salinity
water table
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Article number:
0
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Publication Type:
Book chapter
;
.
Language:
English
Editors' remarks:
ID:
56127
Last updated date:
02/03/2022 17:27
Creation date:
29/08/2021 17:04
Scientific Publication
Irrigation management and field salt balance
  • J. D. Oster
  • J. van Schilfgaarde
  • D. Russo
Irrigation management and field salt balance .

Crop water requirement and irrigation water quality are two primary parameters that have to be considered in order to ensure proper water management for salinity control. Correct irrigation restores the soil water deficit and avoids the application of a wasteful and potentially harmful excess. Some excess water (irrigation plus rainfall) is needed to control soil salinity. Soluble salts contained in irrigation water are concentrated in the soil solution as a result of soil evaporation and plant transpiration. When more water is applied than is used during a crop season and adequate drainage exists, net water movement is downward and salts are leached from the root zone.

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