fotografías españoles - Date palm planting project with BAIF Research Institute at Ahmedabad India using 50 liters instead of 10.000 liters per palm the first year (September 2011)

RDTT  BAIF  GRISERV agricultural research institute plants a date palm trial near Ahmenabad India
 
RDTT  BAIF  GRISERV agricultural research institute plants a date palm trial near Ahmenabad India
The date palms are transplants from tissue culture and planted on 13 September 2011
 
The date palms are transplants from tissue culture and planted on 13 September 2011
Date palms receive normally 10000 liters water in the first year via the traditional flooding way
 
Date palms receive normally 10000 liters water in the first year via the traditional flooding way
The Groasis waterboxx is assembled by the team of researchers
 
The Groasis waterboxx is assembled by the team of researchers
The team pays extra attention to the closure of the cover
 
The team pays extra attention to the closure of the cover
The siphons that help preventing the water from evaporating are put
 
The siphons that help preventing the water from evaporating are put
The Groasis waterboxx is put over the date palm sapling
 
The Groasis waterboxx is put over the date palm sapling
The researchers give water to the plant with the Groasis Technology in one year 50 liters only
 
The researchers give water to the plant with the Groasis Technology in one year 50 liters only
The BAIF research team is curious for the result
 
The BAIF research team is curious for the result
Survey of two methods the flooding system 10000 ltrs per tree and the Groasis Technology 50 ltrs per tree
 
Survey of two methods the flooding system 10000 ltrs per tree and the Groasis Technology 50 ltrs per tree
 
 
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