Assessing the Effect of Water Discharge Rates and Cut-Off Irrigation on Wheat Production and Some Water Relations at North Nile Delta Region
Assessing the Effect of Water Discharge Rates and Cut-Off Irrigation on Wheat Production and Some Water Relations at North Nile Delta Region
Item Info
Scientific specialization:soil physics and irrigation water management
Type:PDF
Production date:2018-01-18
Target Group:

soil Department students, graduate students and researchers

Goals:

Evaluate the effect of three irrigation discharge rates (2.5, 3.5 and 4 L.sec-1 m-1) and three cut-off irrigations (100%, 90% and 85% from border length), which were randomly arranged under each irrigation discharge on wheat yield and its components, some water relations, irrigation efficiencies and the contribution of ground water table.

Description:

Research in the field of development and evaluation of surface irrigation and saving of irrigation water

Keywords:irrigation Discharge rates, cut-off irrigation, clay soil, water relations, irrigation efficiencies, wheat and ground water table contribution
Added Value:
This research is valuable in the field of surface irrigation assessment and irrigation water supply

 

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Author Info
Author Name:ramykhalifa
Degree:Teacher
University:Damitta university
Collage:Faculty of Agriculture - كلية الزراعة
Department:علوم الأراضي
E-mail:ramy_khalifa@du.edu.eg