Influence of Irrigation Techniques Elements on Irrigation Erosion

1M.M. Sarimsakov, Z.T. Umarova, O.S. Abdisamatov, V.I. Tagaev and L.N. Samiev

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Abstract:

Irrigation erosion is a process that has a major negative impact on agricultural production, which greatly reduces soil fertility and crop yields. Costs related to crop production will increase. Today in the country more than 720 thousand hectares of irrigated areas are subject to irrigation erosion. According to the results of scientific researches, in typical wetlands with slopes of more than 0,30, during the season, 24.6 tons of soil particles were washed away from each hectare of land under normal irrigation of soil particles by 6-12% when irrigated using transverse furrow furrows. Reduction of soil moisture depth to 0.8 m during irrigation will save 10-15%.

Keywords:

Intensive Apple Orchard, Fruit Tree, Apple, Irrigation Methods, Soil Moistening Depth, Irrigation Erosion, Soil Particles, Turbidity, Apple Yield.

Paper Details
Month5
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 5
Pages6301-6306