Methodology of water2irrigation
for assessment of irrigation water quality
Many water quality standards have been published various irrigation and guidelines in the world. Different methodologies and methodologies are often used to derive standards and guidelines, for example some guidelines determine the maximum concentrations of constituents usable, while others attempt to determine the ideal concentration of constituents, often incorporating safety factors. Therefore, depending on the guidelines or criteria used to determine water quality requirements, one can reach answers that are sometimes different from a factor of dozens of other factors. The purpose of water2irrigation was to help understand the water quality guidelines for irrigation so that the IWQG Software was made of guidelines and standards agreed upon by FAO and other experts in water quality. One of the intentions of this approach was to facilitate understanding and use of different standards and guidelines to determine the water quality requirements for private water use by stakeholders of water supply and use in the world in the light of research and experience in water2irrigation.
(IraqWQI) is software for assessment of the quality of surface water resources for drinking water supply in Iraq.The Iraq WQI is developed based on the Iraqi standard of drinking water (IQS, 2009).
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(IWQI) is software for assessment of the quality of irrigation water by Food and Agriculture Organization specification(FAO)Irrigation and Drainage Paper No. (29) year 1985, and used irrigation water quality index (IWQI) as model for irrigation water quality, Meireles et al., (2010).
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Other Software used in laboratories, chemists, farmers and more, where you can check the correct laboratory analysis results.
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