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An experimental data set for alternate and continuous furrow fertigation: water and nitrate transfer [Dataset]

AuthorsEbrahimian, Hamed; Liaghat, Abdolmajid; Parsinejad, Masoud; Playán Jubillar, Enrique
Keywordsalternate furrow fertigation
soil water
deep percolation runoff
Issue DateJun-2012
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
AbstractThis data set contains the results of the experimental evaluation of two alternate and conventional furrow fertigation events. Experiments were performed at the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Tehran, Karaj, Iran. Three irrigation treatments were considered: Variable Alternate Furrow Irrigation (AFI), Fixed Alternate Furrow Irrigation (FFI) and Conventional Furrow Irrigation (CFI). Liquid fertilizer was injected in the irrigation water during part or the irrigation event. The data set contains advance and recession, soil water and nitrate, inflow and outflow discharge and nitrate concentration, and meteorological data.
Description1 File .xls with data (AltFurFer.xls). Related publications: Ebrahimian, H., Liaghat, A., Parsinejad, M., and Playán, E. 2012. Distribution and loss of water and nitrate under alternate and conventional furrow fertigation. Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research, In press; Ebrahimian, H., Liaghat, A., Parsinejad, M., Playán, E., Abbasi, F. and Navabian M. 2012. Simulation of 1D surface and 2D subsurface water flow and nitrate transport in alternate and conventional furrow fertigation. Irrigation Science, In press.
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