MADFORWATER. WP3 Adaptation of technologies for efficient water management and treated wastewater reuse in agriculture. Task3.1 Reduction of crop water requirement and tools for irrigation management with treated wastewater. Subtask3.1.3 Modelling tool for optimal irrigation scheduling with different water types

Khadra, Roula ; Dragonetti, Giovanna (2020) MADFORWATER. WP3 Adaptation of technologies for efficient water management and treated wastewater reuse in agriculture. Task3.1 Reduction of crop water requirement and tools for irrigation management with treated wastewater. Subtask3.1.3 Modelling tool for optimal irrigation scheduling with different water types. Università di Bologna. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6419. [Dataset]
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Abstract

Under subtask 3.1.3, SIM (Safe Irrigation Management Model) was developed with aim to propose the optimal water and nutrients’ management scenario of crops. SIM is a new and innovative irrigation software developed by MADFORWATER project. In addition, SIM was applied on a case study located in Souss Massa (Morocco) to predict the irrigation schedule to be applied on citrus crops with Treated Wastewater (TWW) accounting for the effect on yield, soil and groundwater. The database refers to this specific case study. Mostly, data refer to practices adopted under a conventional water regime (fresh water, FW) and are used to calibrate SIM. The main aim was to schedule irrigation under a controlled management that complies with i) TWW and with ii) FW, and to reproduce the farmers’ strategy. The collected data were used to reproduce management strategies with the aim to improve the actual irrigation practices, accounting for water quality, soil characteristics and crop yield. Besides, SIM was used to suggest irrigation strategies under TWW, to be considered as integral part of the irrigation and nutrient strategies and support decisions in irrigated agriculture with TWW. The dataset provided here are input data into subroutines of SIM model that allow to schedule irrigation accounting for water quality and soil properties.

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CreatorsAffiliationORCID
Khadra, RoulaCentro Internazionale di Alti Studi Agronomici Mediterranei
Dragonetti, GiovannaCentro Internazionale di Alti Studi Agronomici Mediterranei
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NameAffiliationORCIDType
Khadra, RoulaCentro Internazionale di Alti Studi Agronomici MediterraneiContact person
Choukr-Allah, RedouaneInstitut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan IIResearcher
El-Otmani, MohamedInstitut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan IIResearcher
Office Régional de Mise en Valeur Agricole du Souss-Massa, ORMVA/SMOther
Deposit date
26 Jun 2020 12:00
Last modified
26 Jun 2020 12:00
Project name
MADFORWATER - DevelopMent AnD application of integrated technological and management solutions FOR wasteWATER treatment and efficient reuse in agriculture tailored to the needs of Mediterranean African Countries
Funding program
EC - H2020
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