Conventional irrigation

Conventional irrigation

Refers to the most common irrigation system used in the region where a building is located. A common conventional irrigation system uses pressure to deliver water and distributes it through sprinkler heads above the ground.
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ETwater has been investing in and developing a complete, cloud-based smart irrigation system, which reduces water consumption by up to 50% versus conventional irrigation methods.
Thrissur-Ponnani Kole Development Council is working hard to eliminate the conventional irrigation systems in kole land for example petti and para which had been found to be incompetent due to their high power consumption.
Also on display at the Qatar Sustainability Expo at the Doha Exhibition Centre are baskets of other produce grown in the Qatar desert using conventional irrigation systems, including aubergines, courgettes and green peppers.
Two methods of Cucumber irrigation including in magnetic water and conventional irrigation were applied.
sub-irrigation) and supplementing rainfall and/or conventional irrigation.
AaAaAa In this regard, the WB said that the MAD 34 billion National Irrigation Water Efficiency Program, launched in 2008, is aimed at generating water efficiency gains of 30-to-50% by converting conventional irrigation systems to water-saving technology.
Tekinel O, Kanber R, Onder S, Baytorun N and R Bastug The effects of trickle and conventional irrigation methods on some crop yields and water use efficiency under Cukurova conditions.
Conventional irrigation practices, even when based on modern management and water application techniques, can be wasteful because they assume that crop water needs are the same throughout an entire field, according to ASABE member Douglas Hunsakcr, an agricultural engineer at the USDA-ARS Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center in Maricopa, Ariz.
Earlier, the Chairman, PCRWR elaborated in detail issues of water quality and quantity, spread of water-borne diseases, lack of public awareness on use of clean and safe drinking water, wastage of water in the fields due to conventional irrigation technologies, disposal of untreated water from industries and a general attitude of carelessness towards water conservation.
system can save up to 90 per cent water compared to that of conventional irrigation methods.
There are times when we only need to run the system once a week compared to three to three or four times a week with a more conventional irrigation system that waters from the top.
For example, farmers around the world could reduce their water use dramatically by switching from conventional irrigation to drip irrigation, which uses a series of tubes to deliver water directly to each plant while preserving or raising crop yields.
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