In both the methods of fertigation despite the available N and applied N were same from plant up take and leaching points of view these were higher in drip fertigation than microsprinkler Also results in research study I indicated that drip fertigation was giving the highest yield and quality Drip irrigation also known as micro irrigation or trickle irrigation applies water slowly directly to the soil around the crop Drip irrigation generally uses less than half the water of overhead and furrow irrigation Efficiency with drip irrigation exceeds 90% whereas a sprinkler system is between 50 to 70% efficient The high efficiency of drip irrigation is due to I) the water soaking

Impacts of fertigation via surface and subsurface drip

ABSTRACT Drip irrigation combined with split application of fertilizer nitrogen (N) dissolved in the irrigation water (i e drip fertigation) is commonly considered best management practice for water and nutrient efficiency This research was conducted to study the influence of drip fertigation in combination with or without N fertilizers on vegetative growth flowering quality nutrients

Results showed that the earliest flowering (26 21 days) 50% flowering (51 31) number of flowers per plant (25 33) and highest pod yield of 596 70 g/plant 24 91 t/ha was registered in drip fertigation at 100 per cent recommended dose of fertilizers as water soluble fertilizer combination with Azophosmet and humic acid under wider spacing

2015-2-5ABSTRACTDifferent methods of fertilizer application-drip fertigation and conventional fertilizer application under drip surface irrigation and rainfed conditions were evaluated during 2009–2012 at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Shimla India The experiment was arranged in randomized block design (RBD) replicated thrice Results suggest that fertigation significantly increased growth parameters

2020-5-12Two field experiments were conducted in southern Greece on a sandy loam soil with 1 2% organic matter and small amounts of residual nitrogen to study the effects of nitrogen applied with the trickle irrigation system on 'Dichty' melon (Cucumis melo L ) In 1991 two different watering regimes namely 'wet' and 'dry' were applied to the main plots of a split-plot experiment with 80 160 and

2020-6-10The contributions dealt with the questions of evaluation of the crop water requirements the influence of water regimes and water supply scheduling during cropping on the yield and on the main technological characteristics under various irrigation system They provided various lightings from very different countries and cropping conditions

Response of Nitrogen and Potassium Fertigation to

Abstract A field experiment was conducted on almond (Prunus dulcis) to study the effect of NK fertigation on growth yields and leaf nutrient status over two seasons (2011 and 2012) in Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir India There were six treatments namely T 1 — recommended dose of fertilizers as soil application T 2 — RDF through fertigations T 3 —75% RDF through fertigation

Fertigation can save 20 to 30 per cent of fertilizers besides improving the yield and quality as compared to the traditional methods of fertilizer application 15 Teixeira et al 16 reported that application of nitrogen and potassium through fertigation resulted in increase of 36 per cent in nutrient use efficiency compared to conventional

2014-9-26A fertigation experiment was conducted during 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons under com-mercial field conditions in Kenana Sugar Scheme Sudan (latitude 13 10'N and longitude 32 40'E) in heavy clay soils with 65% clay 24% silt 11% sand and pH 7 5 - 8 5 The primary objective of this study was to compare different strategies for timing of injection to develop management practices on the

2013-6-1yield than the time of N application when both were applied through drip irrigation (Dangler and Locascio 1990) However since a higher N supply is known to encourage vegetative growth but stimulate the production of poor quality tuber the N concentration in the fertilizer solution can be increased at vegetative stages of growth and

2017-3-21Fertigation is a process in which fertilizer is dissolved diluted and distributed along with water in drip or sprinkler irrigation system In other word fertigation is the process of application of water soluble solid fertilizer or liquid fertilizers through micro irrigation system 32

2020-6-10The contributions dealt with the questions of evaluation of the crop water requirements the influence of water regimes and water supply scheduling during cropping on the yield and on the main technological characteristics under various irrigation system They provided various lightings from very different countries and cropping conditions

Influence of trickle fertigation on yield and quality of Water and nutrients are the two most critical inputs needed to be managed efficiently not only to increase the yield but also to sustain environmental quality Drip fertigation has been well recognised as an efficient

2016-10-11ing density tree quality and tree training strategies Planting Density Planting density is the single most important factor that determines the yield of an orchard for the first 5 years How-ever tree quality also has a large impact on early yield per tree We suggest for modern high-density orchards that in-row spacing range from three-five

Distribution of Water and Nitrogen in Soil under Drip

In both the methods of fertigation despite the available N and applied N were same from plant up take and leaching points of view these were higher in drip fertigation than microsprinkler Also results in research study I indicated that drip fertigation was giving the highest yield and quality

Results showed that the earliest flowering (26 21 days) 50% flowering (51 31) number of flowers per plant (25 33) and highest pod yield of 596 70 g/plant 24 91 t/ha was registered in drip fertigation at 100 per cent recommended dose of fertilizers as water soluble fertilizer combination with Azophosmet and humic acid under wider spacing

2015-6-22fertigation rates and nitrogen and potassium ratios 2 To determine the influence of different nitrogen and potassium ratios on tomato yield and quality 3 To determine if tomato physiological disorders can be reduced through the use of grafted plants 3 To evaluate new and promising fresh market tomato cultivars for physiological fruit disorder

2018-5-7The best bicolor sh2 varieties with sweet crunchy kernels were BSS0652 Optimum BSS0977 and Mirai 301BC with yield greater than 500 marketable dozen/ha The best white was Mirai 421W Impacts Growers have switched to new cultivars because of improved yield size quality and disease resistance This has lead to improved net return for the

Influence of trickle fertigation on yield and quality of Water and nutrients are the two most critical inputs needed to be managed efficiently not only to increase the yield but also to sustain environmental quality Drip fertigation has been well recognised as an efficient

ABSTRACT Drip irrigation combined with split application of fertilizer nitrogen (N) dissolved in the irrigation water (i e drip fertigation) is commonly considered best management practice for water and nutrient efficiency This research was conducted to study the influence of drip fertigation in combination with or without N fertilizers on vegetative growth flowering quality nutrients

Fruit N was increased by fertigation 4 to 12 wafb Yield fruit firmness and color were unaffected by fertigation timing Critical fruit quality issues for 'Gala' and 'Silken' were small fruit size for Ambrosia low fruit numbers and for 'Cameo' soft fruit

Influence of trickle fertigation on yield and quality of Water and nutrients are the two most critical inputs needed to be managed efficiently not only to increase the yield but also to sustain environmental quality Drip fertigation has been well recognised as an efficient

The averaged N recovery across fertigation frequencies was 60 and 54 % and NUE was 221 and 194 kg yield/kg N with 200 and 300 kg N/ha applied respectively Analysis of soil samples following tomato harvest indicated considerable influence of fertigation frequency on NO 3 --N distribution in soil profile