Fathia ElMokh

I have a PhD in agricultural science from the national agronomic institute in Tunisia and I currently work at the Arid Land Institute of Medenine, Tunisia (Institut des Régions Arides Medenine, Tunisie), focussing mainly on irrigation management, WUE, and crop modeling in a dry environment.

Recent publications:
K. Nagaz, F. El Mokh, Ashok K. Alva, M. M. Masmoudi, N. Ben Mechlia (2016). Potato response to different irrigation regimes using saline water. Irrigation and Drainage, 65, 654–663.
DOI: 10.1002/ird.1987.

F. El Mokh, K. Nagaz, M.M. Masmoudi, N. Ben Mechlia  (2015). Yield and Water Productivity of Drip-Irrigated Potato under Different Nitrogen Levels and Irrigation Regime with Saline Water in Arid Tunisia. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 6, 501-510. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ajps.2015.64054.

Fathia El Mokh, Kamel Nagaz, Mohamed Moncef Masmoudi, Netij Ben Mechlia (2014). Effects of surface and subsurface drip irrigation regimes with saline water on yield and water use efficiency of potato in Arid Conditions of Tunisia. Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development, 108(2): 227-246.

F. El Mokh, Vila-Garcia, K. Nagaz, Mohamed Moncef Masmoudi, N. Ben Mechlia and E. Fereres (2017). Calibration of salinity stress parameters of AquaCrop for barley under different irrigation regimes in a dry environmentPublished In: Water and Land Security in Drylands: (Ouessar et al., eds.), pp 43-55. Springer International Publishing (2017). DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-54021-4-13.

K. Nagaz, F. El Mokh, Mohamed Moncef Masmoudi, N. Ben Mechlia, O. Belkheiri and G. Ghiglieri (2017). Response of vegetable crops to irrigation regimes using saline waters.Published In: Water and Land Security in Drylands: (Ouessar et al., eds.), pp 129-139. Springer.

 

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