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Table 1 Peak water requirement for different crops [18]

From: Designing a solar and wind hybrid system for small-scale irrigation: a case study for Kalangala district in Uganda

Sr. no.CropSpacing (Ft × Ft)Peak water requirement (L d−1Plant−1)[a]
1Grapes6 × 410–12
 8 × 618–20
 8 × 824
 8 × 1030
2Pomegranate10 × 1030–40
 12 × 1240–50
 15 × 1570–75
3Guava15 × 1570–80
 18 × 18100–120
 25 × 25120–130
4Mango25 × 25120–140
 30 × 30150–170
5Sapota/chiku25 × 25120–140
 30 × 30150–170
6Orange/lemon/citrus16 × 1675
 18 × 1885
7Custard apple10 × 1040
 12 × 1250
8Ber10 × 1030
 12 × 1255
9Banana6 × 422
 6 × 625
 5 × 522
 6 × 525
10Papaya5 × 418
 7 × 720
11Coconut25 × 2590
12Cardamom10 × 1015
13Rubber15 × 1524
14Oil palm30 × 23150
  1. [a] Above water requirements are indicative. Actual water requirements can change according to actual evaporation, soil type and climatic conditions [19]