trickle irrigation

trickle irrigation

In landscape architecture, an efficient means of watering plants or trees by supplying the water directly to their roots.
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'Provincial agriculture sector can be developed through new dams which is for we included projects to increase provincial agriculture through Drip and Trickle Irrigation.' He said called the projects beneficial for irrigation and livestock.
Engineering Interventions in Sustainable Trickle Irrigation: Water Requirements, Uniformity, Fertigation, and Crop Performance
Sprinkle and trickle irrigation. van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, USA.
Trickle irrigation has been generally found feasible in the more arid regions for irrigating high value crops, such as; fruits and nut trees, grapes, sugarcane, flowers and vegetables.
"Drip irrigation," sometimes called "trickle irrigation," drips water to plant roots at a rate more in sync than a sprinkler does with how water is lost from the soil.
and M.ASCA., "Discussion of "design of level ground laterals in trickle irrigation systems" by Zayani K, Hammami M" Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 135 (5): 620-625 (2011)
Effects of magnetized water on the distribution pattern of soil water with respect to time in trickle irrigation. Soil Use and Management 27 (4), 515-522.
Using a drill, I drilled a hole the size of small trickle irrigation tubing through the top of one end cap.