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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We have also been talking about conventional irrigation as a country.
Drip irrigation uses half as much water as conventional irrigation and is half again as productive.
'The key consideration here is the willingness of our government to invest in the SPIS, which actually costs less per hectare compared to the conventional irrigation system,' Pinol earlier said on his Facebook page.
The null hypothesis was that there would be no difference in cleaning effectiveness of NiTi tips between UAI and conventional irrigation.
'The [CMU SPIS] has a development cost of P124,000 per hectare, much lower than the usual development cost of up to P450,000 per hectare under the conventional irrigation systems,' Pinol said in a Facebook post.
'Drip Irrigation system helps in providing water and fertilizer to the plants at a same time whereas in conventional irrigation system water get wasted,' he maintained.
Revascularization and periapical repair after endodontic treatment using apical negative pressure irrigation versus conventional irrigation plus triantibiotic intracanal dressing in dogs' teeth with apical periodontitis.
Drip irrigation system is suitable for crop cultivation when canal or rainwater is not enough for conventional irrigation methods.
In that scenario, said increased variability may also result in increased demand for irrigation water because of higher evaporation rates at elevated temperatures in the wake of declining per capita availability of water resources, increase in overall water demand, reduction in water storages capacities due to increased sediments (0.2 million acre foot/year), conventional irrigation system with high water losses, low crop water productivity (wheat at 24% and rice at 55% less than the world averages) and influence of groundwater recharge.
In contrast, he said, NIA's conventional irrigation systems need as much as PHP400,000 per hectare to develop.
The P6.4 million project was competed in just days and offers less development cost at around P150,000 per hectare as compared to about P450,000 per hectare for conventional irrigation systems.
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