Trickle Irrigation of Peppers in Eastern Canada

by Marion Rigby, McGill Univ, Canada,
C. A. Madramootoo, McGill Univ, Canada,
J. F. Argall, McGill Univ, Canada,
K. A. Stewart, McGill Univ, Canada,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Planning Now for Irrigation and Drainage in the 21st Century


A field study was conducted in Southern Quebec to determine the response of bell pepper plants to four irrigation treatments combined with three nitrogen fertilizer rates. The amount of water applied represented a range of wetted fractional soil volume (FSV) which was governed by the number of emitters along an 8.1 m long lateral. A production function of yield versus water applied indicated that maximum yield would occur at 95% FSV (19 emitters/lateral).

Subject Headings: Trickle irrigation | Field tests | Soil water | Light rail transit | Irrigation | Water treatment plants | Water yield | Irrigation water | Canada | Quebec

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