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Relevant to:  Cotton

A summary of a presentation at the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2007 Courtesy of Netafim University


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Extract from the 2001 University of Arizona Cotton Report providing an update on research information developed by the university and USDA-ARS scientists Courtesy of Netafim University.


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THE IMPORTANCE OF IRRIGATING OLIVES
Recommended guidelines on behalf of Netafim Australia


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Summary of a paper published in the Journal of the American Society of Horticultural Science, 128:425-431, 2003
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Irrigation systems have been recently installed in rain fed adult olive orchards and new drip irrigated olive orchards have been planted in the Aragon region of Spain (Southeast of Saragossa). The objective of the present study was to determine the response of adult olive trees to variable water quantities applied through drip irrigation.


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Olive growing is an important crop in Turkey, having 17% of the total world table olive production. Water is a limiting factor for olive production in the study region, 250 Km south of Istanbul (vicinity of the City of Iznik, Province of Bursa). Presently furrow and sprinkler irrigation are the prevalent methods, but drip irrigation, because of its inherent advantages, is becoming more popular.

This economic analysis was done to help olive growers make intelligent decisions regarding investments in drip irrigation.


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Relevant to:  Potatoes

A summary of a literature review published in Sakia.org e-publish, 1: 1-20, 2006
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A summary of a paper published in Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 67: 1-11, 2003
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A summary of a paper published in Irrigation Science 23: 133-143, 2004
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Relevant to:  Sugarcane , Sugar Cane

A summary of an article by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO1 is Australia's national science research agency) and CRC for Sustainable Sugar Production2
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Summary of a paper presented at the American Society of Agricultural Engineering, Annual International Meeting, 2002
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Relevant to:  Oil Palm, Oil Palm

Oil palm - the greatest crop of Southeast Asia: Potential, nutrition and management.

A summary based on a paper presented at the IFA Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1999
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Relevant to:  Oil Palm, Oil Palm

India: Techno-economic feasibility analysis of drip irrigation in oil palm plantations.

Rao, V. Praveen1 & Rao, C.L.N. 2
Abstract of a paper presented by Netafim in the “National Conference on Oil Palm – Oil palm for farmer’s prosperity and edible oil security”, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India, 2008


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India: Effect of different methods of irrigation, and levels of irrigation and fertilization on morphological and physiological parameters in oil palm.

A summary of paper published in the International Journal of Oil Palm 2: 27-30, 2001
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Sri Lanka: Fertigation in oil palm nursery - a precision agro-technology

A summary report of Watawala Plantations Limited
Courtesy of Netafim University


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