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Identification Code

PP00162

Project title

Water consumption and disposal regulation under rice cultivation on background of vertical drainage

Project location

Kazakhstan, South-Kasakhstan oblast, Shardara rayon, state farm Kyzylkum

Rubric

70.03.15

Rubric (SIC ICWC)

01.20.01.10

Project duration

1975-1979

Project manager

S.Magay, KazNIIVH Kazakhstan, 484022, Taraz, Koigeldy, 12

Summary

Study is directed to water consumption and disposal norm setting for rice on background of vertical drainage, increasing water availability and rice field productivity. Climate is sharply continental. Ground water depth is 4.5m and salinity is 1.2-2.2g/l, chloride-sulfate. Irrigated area is 238.4 ha. One well's command area is 80-100ha or one crop rotation field. Well depth is 50m. Plot is equipped with necessary measuring devices. In result of multiyear research vertical drainage reclamation efficiency is proved for rice and alfalfa. It is shown that practically, changing well discharge percolation during vegetation can be regulated. Practical recommendations are given.

Key words

vertical drainage, irrigation norm, water consumption, rice, alfalfa

Bibliography

Authors: S.Magay, L.Kruglov, V.Kislinsky Title: "Vertical drainage on Kyzykkum rice system", KazNIIVH, 1982 In result of multiyear research vertical drainage reclamation efficiency is proved for rice and alfalfa. It is shown that practically, changing well discharge percolation during vegetation can be regulated.