by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in Corvallis [Or.] .
Written in English
|Statement||[Darrell G. Watts ... et al.].|
|Series||Circular of information / Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University -- 628., Circular of information (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 628.|
|Contributions||Watts, Darrell G., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
Oregon State University. Extension Service; Cuenca, Richard H., Abstract: Provides consumptive use and net irrigation requirements for economically important crops in 27 climatic regions in Oregon. Computations are based on the modified Blaney-Criddle calculation method and climatic database by: 7. CONSUMPTIVE use and net irrigation requirements for nearly all of the important crops in the irrigated areas in Oregon are presented in this bulletin. It is hoped that this information will be helpful as a guide to more efficient use of irrigation water. The difference between the net irrigation requirement and the actual. Abstract. Published March Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension. Contains tables of: 1) The typical growing seasons of selected Oregon crops by region and 2) Crop water (ETcrop) and net irrigation requirements on a monthly basis by region. Includes examples of the application of ETcrop and net irrigation requirements tables to irrigation system design and irrigation scheduling, ETcrop contour maps, unit.
cies, on-farm irrigation requirements, and project irrigation requirements. This chapter provides the processes for determining irrigation water re-quirements for state and local irrigation guides. Chapter 2 of Part is a new chapter to the family of chapters currently in NEH Sect Irrigation. It is written for employees of the Soil. The Irrigation Guide includes current information and technical data on irrigation systems and hardware, automation, new techniques, soils, climate, water supplies, crops, tillage practices, and farming condi-tions. Included are irrigation related technical data for soils and irrigation water requirements for crops. In. Net Irrigation Requirements Normal Year Net Irrigation Requirements Alfalfa Hay Apple, clean cultivated Apples, with cover Asparagus Azalea/shrubs Barley Beans, snap Beets Blueberries Broccoli Cabbage Carrots you should consult OWRD to confirm Oregon water law allows the proposed use of water. Groundwater use registration. New wells constructed in Oregon that do not require a water right are subject to a one-time recording fee. This is separate from fees paid to the licensed water well constructor (driller). Landowners are also.
Consumptive-use estimates may or may not account for associated system efficiency losses (e.g., evaporation, deep percolation, and runoff) and salt-leaching requirements for a given crop, location, and irrigation system. Which estimate to use and how to use it are important in clarifying discussions of water use and policy. Oregon Crop Water Use and Irrigation Requirements: Provides consumptive use and net irrigation requirements for economically important crops in 27 climatic regions in Oregon. Computations are based on the modified Blaney-Criddle . Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us Services for Persons with Disabilities. Moisture content in the root zone at the time of irrigation. Net depth of water to be applied to bring the moisture content to field capacity. Gross irrigation requirement at an estimated field irrigation efficiency of 70 % Solution: a. Soil moisture content at different depths cm: = % = x = 10 cm/ m depth.