Date: (May 30, 2020)
Project Name: Effect of Manure Sources Application and Different Levels of Irrigation Intervals on Rice Growth and Yield.
It is a process to ensure that the depths and discharge variations over the field are relatively uniform and, as a result, that water distributions in the root zone are also uniform. These field operations are required nearly every cropping season, particularly where substantial cultivation following harvest disrupts the field surface. The preparation of the field surface for conveyance and distribution of irrigation water is necessary to efficient surface irrigation as any other single management practices the farmer employs. Leveling of rice fields improves water use efficiency, increases grain yield, and improves grain quality.
Leveling land improves water coverage which:
- Reduces the amount of water required for land preparation
- Improves crop establishment
- Decreases the time to complete tasks
- Results in better crop stands
- Reduces weed problems and
- Results in uniform crop maturity