Water use in three rice flooding management systems under Mediterranean climatic conditions

@inproceedings{Aguilar2005WaterUI,
  title={Water use in three rice flooding management systems under Mediterranean climatic conditions},
  author={Manuel Aguilar and F. Borjas},
  year={2005}
}
Andalusia is the main rice producing region in Spain (40,000 ha). During the last decade it has suffered several years of water shortage leading to a decrease in crop area. In this work, studies have been performed to optimise water delivery and energy costs, comparing three flooding management systems: 1) irrigating seven days a week (control system: traditional continuous flooding system), 2) five days a week and 3) four days a week (maintaining the traditional irrigation management until 55… CONTINUE READING

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