Irrigation area of agricultural crops Irrigation mode

Authors

  • Eduard Kukhalashvili Associate Professor of Technical University of Georgia, Doctor of Agriculture
  • Tamazi Odilavadze Associate Professor of Technical University of Georgia, Doctor of Agriculture. of Technical University of Georgia
  • Olga Kharaishvili Associate Professor of Technical University of Georgia, Doctor of Agriculture. of Technical University of Georgia
  • Nino Mebonia Assistant Professor of Technical University of Georgia, Candidate of Technical Sciences. of Technical University of Georgia
  • Mtvarisa Tananashvili Associate Professor of Technical University of Georgia, Academic Doctor of Engineering. of Technical University of Georgia
  • Shota Shamatava Ph.D of Technical University of Georgia
  • Guram Mosiashvili Master of Technical University of Georgia

Abstract

Water consumption in irrigation is related to water supply parameters and soil characteristics on the irrigated area. During the consideration of the model of plant growth and development in irrigated agriculture, a special place was given to the steady supply of water, without losses, according to the irrigation norm of the irrigation regime. It is directly related to the mentioned soil parameters. For this purpose, the paper proposes innovative models of appropriate operative means for liquids. Due to the complexity, the factors related to the irrigation process in the zone of complete soil saturation and aeration are fully considered. Based on the generalized model of the hydrology and hydraulics calculation of irrigation water on the reclamation area, distribution of irrigation water on the areas without losses is provided. Taking into account the exclusion of erosive processes, the calculation dependences of equal watering of the area have been obtained

Published

2022-11-20

How to Cite

Eduard Kukhalashvili, Tamazi Odilavadze, Olga Kharaishvili, Nino Mebonia, Mtvarisa Tananashvili, Shota Shamatava, & Guram Mosiashvili. (2022). Irrigation area of agricultural crops Irrigation mode. World Scientific Reports, (1). Retrieved from https://ojs.publisher.agency/index.php/WSR/article/view/352

Issue

Section

Agricultural Sciences