Lec.25. Farming seepage - issues of waste - idea and elements influencing waste.

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Seepage is the fake expulsion of water from the trimmed fields inside of the resistance furthest reaches of the yields developed in the territory under thought . Seepage issue may be brought about by overabundance downpour fall or by over watering system of upper fields The abundance downpour/watering system water will ordinarily deplete into the lower fields by the activity of gravity. At the point when the lower fields does not have legitimate seepage office

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Lec.25. Farming seepage - issues of waste - idea and elements influencing seepage.

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Drainage is the fake expulsion of water from the edited fields inside the resilience furthest reaches of the products developed in the territory under thought

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Drainage issue might be brought about by overabundance rain fall or by over water system of upper fields The abundance rain/water system water will regularly deplete into the lower fields by the activity of gravity. At the point when the lower fields does not have legitimate seepage office water logging condition happens. or, on the other hand by the raising ground water table. Nearness of ground water table in the root zone influences the development of roots.

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Drainage is additionally required for exceptional prerequisites like filtering and recovery of issue soils. The saline soils are recovered by consolidation of gypsum in the field with standing water and depleting the field following three days.

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The resistance furthest reaches of the products shifts with their physiological characters. Paddy is probably going to endure submergence for seven days. Many field crops have a resistance of around one to three days as it were.

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BENEFITS OF PROPER DRAINAGE: When seepage is appropriate, the length of the developing season is more. This outcomes in determination of better and high yielding long length edit assortment with higher net returns. The development operations can be initiated auspicious. On occasion this will guarantee all the more then one product in a season. The best possible waste avoids slippage of wheels of the machines utilized for land arrangement. Legitimately depleted and dried field is less demanding to furrow. This outcomes in sparing of fuel, vitality and the cost of land arrangement. At the point when the dirt dampness is ideal, the seeds grow better. This guarantees appropriate germination and scope of harvests.

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4. The connected composts will be valuable to the harvests, just if waste issue does not happen. An expanded supply of nitrogen can be acquired from the dirt when seepage brings down the water table in the root zone. De-nitrification happens in soils with poor waste. 5. The roots likewise require oxygen for its development and advancement. Submerged logged condition, oxygen goes around 10000 circumstances slower towards roots when contrasted with all around circulated air through condition. Consequently legitimate seepage helps in better root advancement and transport of connected manures to the harvest. 6. The entomb social operations like weeding, use of manures and pesticides will be simpler just under all around depleted condition.

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7. Heavy winds will evacuate the plants and grassing creatures additionally eat the plants with roots under wet soil condition. Better waste guarantees appropriate hold for the plant roots. 8. Weed issue is limited and its control is less demanding with great seepage since shallow established weeds and undesirable grasses frequently flourish in wet soil, swarming about the planted yield. 9. Mechanical reaping is troublesome under tricky conditions. Likewise the collector ought to have better ground bolster amid operation. This is conceivable just under all around depleted conditions. 10. Reclamation of saline and basic soils is conceivable just with appropriate seepage office.

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11. Plant roots require certain temperature conditions for better microbial action which brings about better supplement take-up. Seed germination is likewise impacted by the dirt temperature. 12. Good waste lessens infections that flourish with wet land. These incorporate foot decay and liver fluke that influence live stock, and maladies conveyed by mosquitoes to both live stock and individuals. The plant ailments, for example, root spoil, stem decay, and so forth., are likewise sensibly controlled. 13. Soil disintegration is controlled under subsurface seepage. The residue are sifted through.

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Lec.26. Waste coefficient; standards of course through soils - Darcy's law - invasion hypothesis

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DRAINAGE CO-EFFICIENT It is characterized as the profundity of water to be expelled inside 24 hours over the region under thought. This parameter helps in outlining the rate of stream and the measure of the seepage channel or pipe.

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Water relations of soil When water is added to a dry soil either by rain or water system It is dispersed around the dirt particles It is held by glue and strong constrains It uproots air in the pore spaces and in the long run fills the pores. At the point when every one of the pores, extensive and little, are filled, the dirt is said to be immersed and is at its most extreme maintenance limit.

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INFILTRATION The development of water from surface into the dirt is called penetration. Penetration rate is the dirt trademark deciding the most extreme rate at which water can enter the dirt under particular conditions, including the nearness of overabundance water. It has the measurements of speed.

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The real rate at which water is entering the dirt at any given time is named the penetration rate. The invasion rate diminishes amid water system. The rate of diminishing is quick at first and the penetration rate tends to approach a consistent rate that creates after some time has passed from the begin of water system is known as the fundamental invasion rate . Aggregated penetration , likewise called total invasion, is the aggregate amount of water that enters the dirt in a given time.

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FACTORS AFFECTING INFILTRATION RATE Initial dampness content Condition of the dirt surface Hydraulic conductivity of the dirt profile Texture Porosity Degree of swelling of soil colloids Organic matter Vegetative cover Duration of water system or precipitation Viscosity of water

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The precursor soil dampness content has extensive impact on the underlying rate and aggregate sum of penetration, both diminishing as the dirt dampness content ascents. The penetration rate of any dirt is constrained by any limitation to the stream of water into and through the dirt profile. The dirt layer with the least porousness, either at the surface or beneath it, as a rule decides the invasion rate. Invasion rates are additionally influenced by the porosity of the dirt, which is changed by development or compaction.

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Cultivation influences the invasion rate by expanding the porosity of the surface soil and separating the surface seals. The impact of culturing on invasion more often than not endures just until the dirt settles back to its previous state of mass thickness due to consequent water systems. Invasion rates are for the most part lower in soils of substantial surface than the dirts of light surface.

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Darcy's law expresses that the speed of stream in a permeable medium is corresponding to water driven angle. i.e.: V α i Where i = ∆h/∆L Introducing a steady of proportionality, K, V = Ki (or) Q = AV = KiA

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Darcy's law accept The dirt is homogeneous over a huge territory The stream is laminar through the dirt The dirt temperature is same over space

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Lec.27. Surface seepage frameworks - different strategies

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SURFACE DRAINAGE SYSTEM Surface waste uses the potential vitality that exists because of land rise to give a pressure driven inclination to the development of water. The framework can considered in three useful parts, viz., Collection framework, (2) Conveyance or transfer framework, and (3) Outlet.

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Lec.28. Plan of open channels - issues

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