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Major Crops and Water Scarcity in Egypt by Ouda, Samiha
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Major Crops and Water Scarcity in Egypt by Ouda, Samiha

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Agronomy & Crops
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9783319217703
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Ouda, Samiha
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Springer
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This book includes multi-disciplinary quantifications of the effect of climate change on water requirements of wheat, maize, rice and sugarcane. Furthermore, it provides on-farm management that faces water scarcity under current situation and under climate change. Changing cultivation method (raised beds instead of furrows or basins) or increasing irrigation application efficiency ...

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    Category Type
    Agronomy & Crops
    ISBN
    9783319217703
    Item EAN
    2724405125776
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    Author
    Ouda, Samiha
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    Publisher
    Springer
    Category Type
    Agronomy & Crops
    ISBN
    9783319217703
    Item EAN
    2724405125776
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    Author
    Ouda, Samiha
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    Publisher
    Springer
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    Description:

    This book includes multi-disciplinary quantifications of the effect of climate change on water requirements of wheat, maize, rice and sugarcane. Furthermore, it provides on-farm management that faces water scarcity under current situation and under climate change. Changing cultivation method

    This book includes multi-disciplinary quantifications of the effect of climate change on water requirements of wheat, maize, rice and sugarcane. Furthermore, it provides on-farm management that faces water scarcity under current situation and under climate change. Changing cultivation method (raised beds instead of furrows or basins) or increasing irrigation application efficiency (sprinkler or drip systems instead of surface irrigation) can reduce the applied water. Irrigated agriculture, although profitable, it endures wasteful use of valuable water resources. Taking into account the risk of climate change, developing countries like Egypt will highly suffer. Furthermore, the effect of intercropping (two crops use the applied water to one of them), and/or using crop rotations (arrange crops to reduce the applied water, increase water productivity and sustain soil fertility) on production and consumed irrigation water by crops were comprehensively analyzed

 

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