Deficit irrigation: greenhouse

Mohammad Javad Amiri, Saeid Eslamian, Mehdi Bahrami, Neda Yousefi

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The great challenge for the coming decades will therefore be the task of increasing food production with less water, particularly in countries with limited water and land resources. In areas with dry and hot climates, greenhouse cultivation has improved water-use efficiency (WUE) mainly by reducing runoff and evapotranspiration (ET) losses. The cover utilized on these structures changes locally the radiation balance by entrapping long-wave radiation and creates a barrier to moisture losses. However, complementary approaches are still needed to increase WUE in greenhouse cultivation. This overview presents the results of a number of deficit irrigation (DI) and partial root-zone drying (PRD) studies carried out for various crops under greenhouse conditions, with a review of the impact of reduced water supplies on crop yield. In this chapter, DI concepts are first reviewed and then some management and scheduling in relation to different types of greenhouses are described. Afterward, DI in greenhouse, WUE, crop growth, yield and quality of different ornamental and vegetable crops are investigated. However, high technology greenhouses will facilitate crop management under DI conditions.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of drought and water scarcity
Subtitle of host publicationmanagement of drought and water scarcity
EditorsSaeid Eslamian, Faezeh A. Eslamian
Place of PublicationBoca Raton
PublisherCRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group
Pages361-373
Number of pages13
ISBN (Electronic)9781351851145
ISBN (Print)9781498731003
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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greenhouses
water use efficiency
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vegetable crops
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water resources
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evapotranspiration
crop yield
runoff
climate
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Amiri, M. J., Eslamian, S., Bahrami, M., & Yousefi, N. (2018). Deficit irrigation: greenhouse. In S. Eslamian, & F. A. Eslamian (Eds.), Handbook of drought and water scarcity: management of drought and water scarcity (pp. 361-373). Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.
Amiri, Mohammad Javad ; Eslamian, Saeid ; Bahrami, Mehdi ; Yousefi, Neda. / Deficit irrigation : greenhouse. Handbook of drought and water scarcity: management of drought and water scarcity. editor / Saeid Eslamian ; Faezeh A. Eslamian. Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018. pp. 361-373
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Amiri, MJ, Eslamian, S, Bahrami, M & Yousefi, N 2018, Deficit irrigation: greenhouse. in S Eslamian & FA Eslamian (eds), Handbook of drought and water scarcity: management of drought and water scarcity. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, pp. 361-373.

Deficit irrigation : greenhouse. / Amiri, Mohammad Javad; Eslamian, Saeid; Bahrami, Mehdi; Yousefi, Neda.

Handbook of drought and water scarcity: management of drought and water scarcity. ed. / Saeid Eslamian; Faezeh A. Eslamian. Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018. p. 361-373.

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Amiri MJ, Eslamian S, Bahrami M, Yousefi N. Deficit irrigation: greenhouse. In Eslamian S, Eslamian FA, editors, Handbook of drought and water scarcity: management of drought and water scarcity. Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. 2018. p. 361-373