Pages: 162 - 167
Authors: Jurayev U. A., Balla D., Khamidov M. K., Khamidov A. M.
Abstract: Agriculture is major sector in the economy of Uzbekistan, which uses about 92% of available water. Due to the country’s climatic conditions, almost all agriculture depends on irrigation. Emerging climate change issues have led to the decline of water availability to local farmers. Therefore, the current paper focuses on the effective use of available irrigation water in the period of water scarcity. By decreasing salinity of drainage water we would have a chance to use water for irrigation again. This paper identifies the analysis of the research work on the use of different methods of irrigation to effectively use irrigation water. Particular attention is related to the decrease of drainage water salinity in the Bukhara oasis by biological methods, i. e. by growing Lemna minor water plants
Keywords: Drainage water, dry residue, Lemna minor, salinity, water plants, water scarcity
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