Super efficient irrigation with buried clay pots(2012)
AbstractBuried clay pot irrigation was first described in an agricultural extension bulletin in China more than 2000 years ago. The clay pot provides demand responsive irrigation at very high efficiency. Clay pot irrigation can be 5-10 times more efficient than conventional irrigation. It is being used more widely in Asia, Africa, Latin American and the US.
- buried clay pot,
- water conservation
EditorDavid A Bainbridge, with Bill and Athena Steen
PublisherRio Redondo Press
Citation InformationDavid A Bainbridge. Super efficient irrigation with buried clay pots. San Diego, CA(2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_a_bainbridge/22/