IMPACT OF EXPECTED CLIMATE CHANGE ASSESSMENT OF WHEAT YIELD AND ON IRRIGATION WATER DEMAND THROUGH THE AQUACROP MODEL
Abstract - The reclamation of lands, construction, operation and management of irrigation and drying systems in the agricultural development strategy is one of the priority areas that must ensure the creation of the necessary conditions for intensive and efficient agricultural production in the country.
We identified various irrigation strategies to assess their impact on wheat yield and water demand.The article provides the process of evaluating the irrigation water requirements of autumn wheat crops, analyzing and monthly irrigation water demand, background of global climate change.
Water demand in the Marneuli region will increase significantly in the next few decades against the background of global climate change, using current information on irrigation needs will provide information on water demand norms that will help them reduce the volume of used water and save irrigation water and get a high harvest.
Keywords - Agriculture, Climate Change, Evapotranspiration, Reference Crop Evapotranspiration, Irrigation Norm