Water Conservation by M. Jha

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Rangaswamy, R. 1995. Agricultural statistics, new age international publishers. J. , 2002. Field evaluation of micro irrigation water application uniformity. Fla. Coop. Ext. Ser. 265. Univ. of Fla. , 1983. A unit-plot for drip irrigation lateral and sub-main design. ASAE paper, St. Joseph, MI 49085. No. 83-1595. 4 Alternative Management Practices for Water Conservation in Dryland Farming: A Case Study in Bijar, Iran Fardin Sadegh-Zadeh1, Samsuri Abd Wahid1, Bahi J. Seh-Bardan1, Espitman J. Seh-Bardan2 and Alagie Bah1 1Department of Land Management, Faculty of Agriculture, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Selangor 2Department of Water Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Zabol University, 1Malaysia 2Iran 1.

2 Determination of total suspended solids (TSS) Total suspended solids (TSS) analytical test was employed to determine current or future potential emitters clogging problems arising from poor water quality. Water samples were taken from representative three different shallow wells after operating the motor pump, assumed as the worst case of water physical quality during water delivery moment in time. Taking into consideration the recommendation given by Clesceri et al. (1998) a 250 ml of water samples from each selected shallow wells were taken and oven dried at 105°c for 1 hour at the Soil Physics Laboratory Mekelle University.

Comparison of water demand and supply for Onion and Tomato crops. 1 Distribution trends of FDI system kits Figures 4 & 5 show that the distribution of FDI kits has shown increasing trend both across the years and zones. However, sites assessment results showed that, there was a variation in FDI kit supply within a given time and place in all Zones of the region. Analysis of the distribution records in the past 5 years (2004-2008) shows that, the maximum FDI kit distribution was observed in year 2008.

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