Estimation of total water consumption in complex agricultural areas.

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Year Published: 2004
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Author: Dubenok, N. N.
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Studies using field trials have developed theoretical and practical foundations for estimating water-saving technologies for irrigation of fodder crops in the complex topographies of Central Russia. New approaches have been validated, such as the variation of total water consumption in fodder crops with regard to water balance, hydrogeological, water-physical and agrochemical conditions. This approach is claimed to achieve 10-12% reductions in irrigation water resources. This is achieved by means of varying the water applications along the slope.

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agricultural chemicals, agricultural land, field tests,fodder crops, hydrology, irrigation, irrigation water, slope, soilwater, topography, water balance, water conservation, water management,water resources, water use, Russia, Asia, Central Europe, Europe,Developed Countries, Soil Water Management (Irrigation and Drainage)(JJ800) (Revised June 2002) [formerly Soil Water Management], Forage andFodder Crops (FF007) (New March 2000), Erosion; Soil and WaterConservation (PP400), Pesticide and Drug Residues and Ecotoxicology(HH430) (New March 2000), Fertilizers and other Amendments (JJ700), LandResources (PP300)

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