This new volume in the Innovations and Challenges in Micro Irrigation series covers an array of technologies to estimate evapotranspiration and to evaluate parameters that are needed in the management of micro irrigation, with worldwide applicability to irrigation management in agriculture. Topics include recent evapotranspiration research, performance evaluation of filters and emitters, evaluation of fertigation and ground water with treated wastewater effluent, performance of pulse drip irrigated potato under organic agriculture practices in sandy soils, impact of polyethylene mulch on micro irrigated cabbage, and tree injection irrigation.
Table of Contents
Principles of Micro Irrigation. Recent Evapotranspiration Research in Puerto Rico. Modeling of Evaporation from Bare Soil. Tree Injection Irrigation: Principles, Perspectives, and Problems. Evaluation of Micro Irrigation. Evaluation of Filters and Emitters under Domestic Treated Sewage Water. Evaluation of Drip Irrigation Systems for Water Management in Orchards. Fertigation and Ground Water Quality with Treated Wastewater Effluent. Micro Irrigation Practices in Agricultural Crops. Performance of Pulse Drip Irrigated Potato under Organic Agriculture Practices in Sandy Soils. Impact of Polyethylene Mulch on Micro Irrigated Cabbage. Performance of Garlic under Different Irrigation Systems. Appendixes. Index.
Goyal, Megh R.|