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Water Saving Irrigation Manual of Red Pepper for the Southern Region of Korea
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 Title & Authors
Water Saving Irrigation Manual of Red Pepper for the Southern Region of Korea
Eom, Ki-Cheol; Yoo, Sung-Yung;
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 Abstract
Water management is the most important and difficult problems in red pepper cultivation.The water requirement of red pepper is different according to the area as well as climate condition, growth stage and soil texture. Also, the measurement of evapo-transpiration (PET) and crop coefficient (Kc) is very difficult especially in field cultivation. The average PET during 30 years of southern region of korea for the red pepper cultivation was a . The water saving irrigation manual with irrigation interval and amount of irrigation according to growing season and soil texture, are developed based on the lysimeter experiments carried out by the RDA for 11 years about potential evapo-transpiration, crop coefficient for the 17 southern region of korea. The water saving irrigation manual can be used with easy to the farmer without soil sampling and any kinds of sensors measuring soil water status.
 Keywords
Water management;Southern Region;Amount of irrigation;Irrigation interval;Water Saving;
 Language
Korean
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