Special Issue "Risks and Benefits of Pasture Irrigation"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2020) | Viewed by 486
Interests: soil physics; vadose zone hydrology; precision agriculture; proximal soil sensing; digital soil mapping; soil spatial variability
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Interests: soil and environmental physics; soil physical properties; vadose-zone hydrology; soil water measurement and monitoring; soil water repellency; soil mycology; land reclamation; soil spatial and temporally variability
Pasture systems are highly complex, involving interactions between pasture growth, animal intake, irrigation management, soil water dynamics, plant nutrient dynamics, environmental constraints, and integrated management systems. Climate variability, groundwater depletion, and environmental protection are putting pressure on the sustainability of irrigation in pasture systems. To face these challenges, the irrigation industry must develop and adopt innovative technologies and management practices that optimize economic outcomes, while also minimizing environmental impact. Innovative irrigation technologies and management may enhance agricultural water use efficiency and production, while decreasing the water demand and quality issues. I am very pleased to invite you to submit manuscripts to this Special Issue entitled “Risks and Benefits of Pasture Irrigation”, assessing current challenges and offering improvement approaches and opportunities for future irrigation under pasture systems.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Asim Biswas
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Henry Wai Chau
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- pasture water management
- pasture water use efficiency
- agricultural irrigation
- soil water management
- irrigation tools and technologies