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Effective water management is a key to improving agricultural water management, enhancing crop production and improved sustainability of irrigated agriculture.
In the past, outcome of any water management strategy could only be known after field experiment, in recent times, means of evaluating the implications of irrigation schedules without field experiment is fast gaining grounds with the use of models.
However, there is need for proper evaluation of developed irrigation scheduling options with the use of models for optimal water management and crop response, before recommendation can be made to relevant bodies.
This research work present a scenarios studies for different developed irrigation scheduling options for a drip irrigated maize crop at Samaru-Nigeria.
Oiganji Ezekiel holds a PhD in soil and water conservation Engineering, Department of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria-Nigeria.
He is a registered member of COREN and MNIAE.
He is presently a staff of Forestry Research Institute Nigeria, Federal College of Forestry, Department of Crop Production Technology, Jos- Plateau State, Nigeria.
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