By: S Dasberg and D Or
190 pages, 62 figs, 25 tabs
This book bridges the gap between users of drip irrigation systems and soil physicists, agronomists, horticulturists, hydraulic engineers, designers and manufacturers. Emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of drip irrigation and the principles of drip system design from the choice of emitters and laterals to the design of the main lines, with sections on filtration, fertigation and subsurface drip design, with a special chapter on the monitoring and management of these systems.
Introduction; Drip System Components; Soil Water and Salt Regime; Drip System Design; Monitoring and Management of Drip Systems; Practical Applications of Drip Irrigation; Appendix (Case Studies).
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