Pedosphere 29(1): 1--11, 2019
ISSN 1002-0160/CN 32-1315/P
©2019 Soil Science Society of China
Published by Elsevier B.V. and Science Press
Fertirrigation with Low-Pressure Multi-Gate Irrigation Systems in Sugarcane Agroecosystems: A Review
Arturo GARCÍA-SALDAÑA1, Cesáreo LANDEROS-SÁNCHEZ1, María del Refugio CASTAÑEDA-CHÁVEZ2, Juan Pablo MARTÍNEZ-DÁVILA1, Arturo PÉREZ-VÁZQUEZ1, Eugenio CARRILLO-ÁVILA3
1Postgraduate College Campus Veracruz, Tepetates C. P. 91674(Mexico)
2Technological Institute of Boca del Río(ITBOCA), Boca del Río C. P. 94290(Mexico)
3Postgraduate College Campus Campeche, Campeche C. P. 24450(Mexico)
ABSTRACT
      There are very few studies on the application of fertilizers through irrigation water (fertirrigation) using a multi-gate irrigation system in sugarcane AES. Through fertirrigation, the application of fertilizers can be simplified, and their distribution uniformity in sugarcane fields improved. This paper provides an overview of the state of the art regarding fertirrigation with multi-gate irrigation in sugarcane agroecosystems (AES). In order to systematize, organize, and discuss the scientific data on fertirrigation with low-pressure multi-gate irrigation systems in sugarcane AES, bibliographic material from the following full-text scientific journal databases was screened:the Elsevier Science Direct Freedom Collection, Springer Link, and the International Society for Horticultural Science. Next, a matrix of keywords was used to analyze the interrelationships among the available literature, current issues, and the recent findings. We conclude that development of fertirrigation technologies with low-pressure multi-gate irrigation is much needed.
Key Words:  climate change,crop water requirement,fertilizer application,fertilizer distribution uniformity,sugarcane industry,water use efficiency
Citation: García-Saldaña A, Landeros-Sánchez C, Castañeda-Chávez M del R, Martínez-Dávila J P, Pérez-Vázquez A, Carrillo-Ávila E. 2019. Fertirrigation with low-pressure multi-gate irrigation systems in sugarcane agroecosystems:A review. Pedosphere. 29(1):1-11.
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