Statistical analysis of bedslope, shape and fertigation timing to reduce nitrate loss in furrow fertigation.


Improper use of chemicals in irrigation practices is one of the prime concerns for widespread surface and groundwater pollution in agricultural areas; thus, it is vital to improving chemical application through proper fertigation managements. This research focuses on the impact of shape, slope, and fertigation timing on furrow irrigation performance. The results demonstrated that the effects of furrow shape, bed slope, and timing of fertigation were statistically significant, and altering these parameters would change the absorbed nitrate and nitrate loss amounts.

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