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Effects Of Various Irrigation Strategies Using Fresh And Saline Water Applied With Drip Irrigation System On Yield Of Quinoa And Salt Accumulation In Soil In The Mediterranean Region And Evaluation Of Saltmed Model

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Title : Turkish Akdeniz Bölgesinde Damla Sistemiyle Tatlı Ve Tuzlu Su Kullanılarak Uygulanan Farklı Sulama Stratejilerinin Quinoa Bitkisinin Verimiyle Toprakta Tuz Birikimine Etkileri Ve Saltmed Modelinin Test Edilmesi
English Effects Of Various Irrigation Strategies Using Fresh And Saline Water Applied With Drip Irrigation System On Yield Of Quinoa And Salt Accumulation In Soil In The Mediterranean Region And Evaluation Of Saltmed Model
German Auswirkungen der verschiedenen Bewässerung-Strategien, die mit frischen und salzhaltige Wasser mit Tropf-Bewässerung-System auf Ertrag von Quinoa und Salz Anreicherung im Boden In der Mittelmeerregion und Evaluation des Saltmed-Modells angewandt


Language : Turkish Turkish



Descriptions : Turkish Bu çalışmada Akdeniz iklim koşullarında damla yöntemiyle tatlı ve tuzlu su kullanılarak uygulanan farklı sulama stratejilerinin quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd) bitkisinin vejetatif gelişimi ve verimiyle bitki kök bölgesindeki tuz birikimi üzerine etkileri araştırılmış; denemeden elde edilen bulgular SALTMED modeliyle kestirilen sonuçlarla karşılaştırılmıştır. Araştırma 2009 yılında, Çukurova Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Tarımsal Yapılar ve Sulama Bölümü Deneme Alanında, Q-52 quinoa çeşidi kullanılarak yürütülmüştür. Araştırmada tatlı su (kanal suyu) ile tam sulama (FIF), %50 geleneksel kısıntılı sulama (DI), %50 yarı ıslatmalı sulama (PRD) ve tuzluluk düzeyi 5 dS/m olan tuzlu su ile tam sulama (FIS) konuları ele alınmıştır. Araştırmada Akdeniz iklim koşullarında quinoa bitkisinin geleneksel kısıntılı sulama veya yarı ıslatmalı PRD sulama uygulanarak tam sulamaya göre %50 daha az suyla yada tuzluluk düzeyi 5 dS/m olan tuzlu su ile sulanmasının istatistiksel olarak verimde azalmalara neden olmadığı saptanmıştır. SALTMED modelinin dane verimleri ve kuru madde verimlerini ölçülen değerlere oldukça yakın tahmin ettiği belirlenmiştir. Tam sulama (FIF ve FIS) konularında ölçülen ve kestirilen bitki su tüketimleri arasında iyi bir uyum olduğu belirlenirken kısıntılı sulama (DI ve PRD) konularında model ölçülen bitki su tüketimi değerlerinden farklı kestirimlerde bulunmuştur. Kısıntılı sulama koşullarında SALTMED modelinin daha güvenilir kestirimler yapabilmesi bakımından modelde bazı değişikliklerin yapılması önerilebilir. Anahtar Kelimel
English In this study the effects of various irrigation strategies using fresh and saline water applied with drip irrigation system on yield and vegetative growth of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd) and salt accumulation in soil in the Mediterranean region were investigated and the results were compared with the simulated results obtained from SALTMED Model. The research was carried out in 2009 at the experimental station of Irrigation and Agricultural Structures Department of Faculty of Agriculture at Çukurova University in Adana, using Q-52 quinoa variety. In the study four different treatments were considered: Full irrigation using fresh water (FIF); conventional deficit irrigation (DI, 50%); partial root-zone drying (PRD, 50%); and full irrigation using saline water with electrical conductivity of 5 dS/m (FIS). The results revealed that there was no significant difference in yields among the treatments studied. Irrigating quinoa under the Mediterranean conditions with saline water with salinity of 5 dS/m or applying 50 % less water as compared to full irrigation resulted in similar yields. There was a good agreement between the measured grain and dry matter yield and simulated yield by SALTMED Model. Simulated evapotranspiration values were in close agreement with the measured data in full irrigation treatments (FIF and FIS). However in deficit irrigation treatments (DI and PRD), there was a significant difference between the simulated and measured ET values. Under deficit irrigation situations, some modifications should be made in the SALTMED model in order to increase reliability of simulation.
German In dieser Studie die Auswirkungen der verschiedenen Bewässerung-Strategien, die mit frischen und saline Wasser mit Tropf-Bewässerung-System auf Ertrag und vegetatives Wachstum von Quinoa angewendet (Chenopodium Quinoa Willd) und Salz Anreicherung im Boden im Mittelmeer Region wurden untersucht und die Ergebnisse wurden verglichen mit den simulierten Ergebnissen SALTMED Modell entnommen. Die Forschung wurde im Jahr 2009 an der Versuchsstation der Bewässerung durchgeführt. und Agrarstrukturen Abteilung der Faculty of Agriculture in Çukurova Universität in Adana, mit Q-52 Quinoa Vielzahl. In der Studie vier verschiedenen Behandlungen galten: vollständige Bewässerung mit frischem Wasser (FIF); konventionelle Defizit-Bewässerung (DI, 50 %); teilweise-Stammzone trocknen (PRD, 50 %); und vollständige Bewässerung Verwendung von Salzwasser mit elektrischen Leitfähigkeit von 5 dS/m (FIS). Die Ergebnisse ergaben, dass gab es keinen signifikanten Unterschied in Renditen unter die Behandlungen studierte. Quinoa unter den mediterranen Bedingungen mit Bewässerung Salzwasser mit einem Salzgehalt von 5 dS/m oder Anwendung 50 % weniger Wasser im Vergleich zu voll Bewässerung ergab ähnliche Erträge. Es gab ein gutes Abkommen zwischen der gemessenen Korn und Trockenmasse-Ertrag und simulierten Ertrag von SALTMED Modell. Simulierte Evapotranspiration Werte wurden in enger Abstimmung mit den gemessenen Daten vollständige Bewässerung-Behandlungen (FIF und FIS). Jedoch Defizit-Bewässerung-Behandlungen (DI und PRD), gab es ein signifikanten Unterschied zwischen den simulierten und ET-Messwerte. Unter Defizit Bewässerung Situationen sollten einige Modifikationen in das SALTMED-Modell zur Erhöhung der Zuverlässigkeit der Simulation erfolgen.


Keywords : Turkish Quinoa
English Quinoa
German Quinoa
Turkish yarı ıslatmalı sulama
English partial root zone drying
German teilweise Root Zone trocknen
Turkish kısıntılı sulama
English deficit irrigation
German Defizit Bewässerung
Turkish tuzlu su
English saline water
German Salzwasser
Turkish ALTMED modeli
English SALTMED model
German SALTMED Modell


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Aggregation Level : Level 2


Version : Turkish Adana, 2010


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Date : 2010-02-14
name : Çiğdem İnce Kaya
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organization : Çukurova Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Tarımsal Yapılar ve Sulama Anabilim Dalı, 01330 Adana, Turkey




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Description : Turkish Çukurova Üniversitesi Kütüphanesi, Tez Koleksiyonu, 01330 Adana
English Çukurova University Library, Thesis Collection. 01330 Adana, Turkey


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Keywords : Turkish sulama
English irrigation