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Determining consumptive use and irrigation water requirements

Harry French Blaney

Determining consumptive use and irrigation water requirements

by Harry French Blaney

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Field crops -- Water requirements.,
  • Irrigation water.,
  • Irrigation -- Research.,
  • Evaporation (Meteorology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement by Harry F. Blaney and Wayne D. Criddle.
    SeriesTechnical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture ;, no. 1275, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ;, no. 1275.
    ContributionsCriddle, Wayne D., 1914-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS21 .A72 no. 1275
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 59 p. :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL238946M
    LC Control Numberagr63000003
    OCLC/WorldCa10182083

    This comprehensive book contains chapters on the principles of drip irrigation, water in the soil, irrigation requirements (and methods of determining them), water movement and distribution in drip-irrigated soils, physiological aspects of drip irrigation, fertilizing with drip irrigation, principles for the design of drip irrigation systems, components of drip systems, clogging and filtration Cited by: Irrigation: Soil-Plant-Water Relationships Soil Conservation Service, Engineering Division Daily consumptive use.. Seasonal consumptive use Peak-period consumptive use.. Irrigation-water requirements.. " Effect of soil-moisture level on crop growth and yield.• Critical periods.•.•.

    In this paper, we estimate both the blue and green water components of consumptive water use (CWU) for a wide range of agricultural crops, including seven cereal crops, cassava, cotton, groundnuts. USDA/ARS. Use of brackish water for irrigation in humid regions. Ag. Info. Bull. No. 5 p. USDA/ARS. Determining consumptive use and irrigation water requirements. Technical Bulletin No. 56 p. US Government Water Resources Council. Principles and standards for planning water and related land resources.

    quantification. A “water requirement” is water needed for a particular purpose and “water use” is water actually used for a specific purpose, according to the glossary of the National Handbook for Water-Data Acquisition. Water use includes elements such as water withdrawal, distribution, storage, consumptive use and return flow. The most extensive study of water requirements was conducted by the Texas Board of Water Engineers (Figure V-6). The average daily consumptive water use values of shallow and deep-rooted vegetables from this study are given in Tables 34 found in the Appendix for .


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