5 edition of Drip and Micro Irrigation Systems in India found in the catalog.
|Statement||Icon Group International, Inc.|
|Publishers||Icon Group International, Inc.|
|LC Classifications||September 30, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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Utilization of fertilizers will be highly efficient. These types of systems are required when the water flow should be large and there is very less time for irrigation. These systems have gained wider acceptance due to the removal of earlier problems of clogging to a large extent.
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The plastic pipes can be damaged by rodents. Having the right amount of emitters would ensure the root systems of plants get the water they need. It maintains the field capacity 24X7 in the soil around the root zone; it offers the same amount of water and air to the plant. There has been financial assistance under different categories and mainly depending upon the category of States for dessert, drought, hilly and other regions of the country.
1 shows water requirement of various crops. Small outlet clogging of emitters caused by soil particles, chemicals, fertilizers, and organic materials. A typical drip irrigation system needs about 25 pounds per square inch psi of water pressure to function optimally, however many emitters rated at 25 psi will work well at pressures as low as 15 psi. This is very much beneficial in areas where there is a water problem.
The initial investment cost is a major factor in adapting to the Drip Irrigation Systems.
Drip irrigation is a method of crop irrigation that mainly involves a controlled delivery of water to plants through a system of pipes, valves, tubing, and emitters.
24 Similarly, sugarcane and paddy are commonly cultivated in highly water stressed regions of the Cauvery basin, which spreads over the conflicting states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Hence, governments should initiate basin-wide studies which take a holistic approach to verify whether micro-irrigation reduces crop ET before promoting micro-irrigation as a saviour of water.