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Synonyms for irrigate

Synonyms for irrigate

supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams


supply with a constant flow or sprinkling of some liquid, for the purpose of cooling, cleansing, or disinfecting

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Use of drip irrigation eliminates the many variables found in furrow and overhead sprinkler irrigation.
For example, he found that corn yields varied from 85 bushels per ha (210 bushels per acre) for full irrigation down to 53 bushels per ha (130 bushels per acre) for the lowest irrigation level.
Response values for given treatments in Irrigations 3, 5, and 6 were more similar to one another, than to those of Irrigations 1 and 2.
Relative to untreated control furrows the addition of straw or straw+PAM increased net infiltration and advance time for freshly formed furrows in Irrigation 1, and greatly reduced erosion and sediment loss for all irrigations (Table 2).
Skip irrigation is one known strategy for crop growth with compromise on cane yield, however, alternate skip irrigation is relatively better and modern strategy for saving water without compromising on cane yield.
Results revealed that growth parameters were affected and quality traits except cane juice percentage were not affected significantly by different irrigation methods and water levels during the experimental years.
Another study reported a similar variation in irrigations systems controlled by tensiometers (51 to 90%) and a commercial water-sensor probe (49 to 52%) (Munoz-Carpena et al.
9 (18%) Controller Standard Number of Irrigation deviation irrigations duration (h) kPa 1 1.
3]-N in irrigation wells in the Salinas Valley commonly range from 10 to 40 mg/L.
2007) agree that the fertilizer value of irrigation water NO[sub.
Therefore, it is justifiable to quantify the amount of straw mulch in barley with different levels of irrigation.
The cut of the irrigation water in conventional irrigations reduces the growth of the green parts of the plant and accordingly limits the use of water in return (Kirda et al.
Subsequent irrigations were applied when the moisture dropped to fixed level.
In this connection research institutions under the Uzbek Ministry of Agriculture and Water are developing drip irrigations systems with lesser capital and maintenance costs.
They also reported that deficit irrigation strategies aim to increase water use efficiency, either by reducing irrigation adequacy or by eliminating the least productive irrigations.