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Irrigation and Melioration

Article Title

СOTTON SMART IRRIGATION

Abstract

The paper presents materials related to notion about “smart irrigation” and review of research results conducted in foreign countries regarding smart irrigation. In addition, the most important results of research on the development of smart irrigation using Wetting front detector (WFD) for identifying the optimal irrigation scheduling Fc and irrigation duration of cotton varieties Sultan and UzPTI-103 under the condition of old-irrigated typical sierozem soils of Cotton Breeding, Seed Production and AgrotechnologiesResearch Institute in Tashkent province were presented. While conducting smart irrigation, information related to optimal soil moistening were sent to the WiFi web server using WFD device,in comparison with control treatment, the irrigation duration was shorter by 2.0 to 3.5 hours, it was observed that the irrigation amount (gross) was reduced by 700 m3 ha-1, irrigation amount (netto) by 180 m3 ha-1, water filtration at 80 m3 ha-1.

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