*Corresponding author:Rae ZH Aliyev, Institute of Soil science and Agrochemistry of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Baku, Azerbaijan
Received: September 07, 2018; Published: September 12, 2018
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The experimental work carried out by us in the objects of study in Shamakhi, the Tartar, Zagatala, Guba and Ganja on irrigation of soybean, sugar beet, maize and tobacco, orchards and a vineyard can give an estimated average the intensity of the rain (mm/min) under irrigation norms 300-500m3/HA, depending on the soil types: Sandy-0.3-0.4, light loamy-0.2-0.3, middle and heavy loam-0.1-0.2. Studies have shown that the wide production verification of this irrigation technology, taking into account the recommended intensity of rain, will clarify the technical-economic indicators and conditions for the use of micro-irrigation. As a result of the adjustment of irrigation regime, it was found that under irrigation norms 300-420m3/ha of soil soaking on insignificant depth (20-30, sometimes 40cm). Low speed absorption of topsoil and large biases have provided significant surface relief (30%), increasing from irrigation to glaze. soil moisture Increase was only 100-300m3/ha.