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Reclamation of a Coachella Valley grape ranch by changes in levelling, irrigation, and water source

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D. D. Halsey, Riverside County
J. R. Spencer, Coachella Valley County Water District
D. Mulder, Coachella Valley County Water District

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California Agriculture 24(9):4-6.

Published September 01, 1970

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A poorly drained Coachella Valley vineyard that suffered the loss of half its vines from salt damage has been reclaimed in six years by re-levelling the ground, changing the irrigation practices, and switching from the use of the highly saline Colorado River water to the use of a high-quality well water.

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Reclamation of a Coachella Valley grape ranch by changes in levelling, irrigation, and water source

D. D. Halsey, J. R. Spencer, D. Mulder
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Reclamation of a Coachella Valley grape ranch by changes in levelling, irrigation, and water source

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Authors

D. D. Halsey, Riverside County
J. R. Spencer, Coachella Valley County Water District
D. Mulder, Coachella Valley County Water District

Publication Information

California Agriculture 24(9):4-6.

Published September 01, 1970

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A poorly drained Coachella Valley vineyard that suffered the loss of half its vines from salt damage has been reclaimed in six years by re-levelling the ground, changing the irrigation practices, and switching from the use of the highly saline Colorado River water to the use of a high-quality well water.

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