Updated Jul 28, 2019
Part of University of California, Davishttps://horticulture.ucdavis.edu/project/irrigation-uganda
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Piping is a very expensive component of an irrigation system, and often a small pump can supply water to more land the farmers are able to purchase pipe to cover.
A system of piping the lays a buried section to the center of the field to be irrigated, and attaches a raised pipe (HDPE or Layflat) that can rotate in a circle. This mimics the layout of a traditional center-pivot system, but is manually moved to the plot a farmer desires to irrigate. This center pivot model maximizes the irrigable area for a given length of pipe.
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Kate Scow- Professor of Soil Science and Microbial Ecology in the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, University of California, Davis Helen Acuku- Program Manager, Teso Womens Development Initiative. Betty Ikalany - Executive Director, Teso Womens Development Initiative. Abraham Salomon - Project manager of 'Innovations in Dry Season Horticulture' in Uganda.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN