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Assessment of the Amount of Irrigation Water for Red Pepper by Water Saving Irrigation Manual
Eom, Ki-Cheol; Park, So-Hyun; Yoo, Sung-Yung;
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 Abstract
The amount of irrigation water can be calculated based on the irrigation schedule in irrigation manual. At present, the maximum irrigation manual, which was developed in 1999 for the maximum yield with maxmum irrigation, is using. Now the water saving irrigation manual for red pepper, without decrease of crop yield, has been developded in 45 areas of korea. Among 45 regions, 9 regions which were selected respectively from 9 Provinces of Korea, were used for this study. The water saving irrigation manual has been used easily without soil sampling and measurement of soil water status. The objective of this study is to assess the possibility of the saving of irrigation water compared to the maximum irrigation manual. The average potential evapo-transpiration (PET) during 30 years in 9 region for the red pepper cultivation was a . The saving amount of irrigation water for red pepper cultivation by saving irrigation manual compared to the maximum irrigation manual in a year was 309.4 mm, 303.3 mm and 309.5 mm in the soil of Sandy Loam (SL), Loam (L) and Silty Loam (SiL), respectively. The average saving amount of irrigation water for red pepper cultivation by saving irrigation manual compared to the maximum irrigation manual in a year was 307.4 mm.
 Keywords
Water management;Amount of irrigation;Irrigation interval;Water saving;Hot pepper;
 Language
Korean
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토양수분모형을 이용한 미래 주요 밭작물 소비수량 및 관개용수량 전망,남원호;홍은미;장민원;최진용;

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