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Effect of irrigation frequencies on alfalfa seed yield

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Robert W. Hagemann, Imperial County
Carl F. Ehlig, Brawley, California
Mikeal J. Huber, Science and Education, Administration, Brawley, California
Richard Y. Reynoso, Science and Education Administration, Brawley, California
Lyman S. Willardson, Education Administration, Brawley, California

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California Agriculture 32(10):17-18.

Published October 01, 1978

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Maximum alfalfa seed set is achieved through slight water stress. Experiments with varying drip- and furrow-irrigation frequencies showed that the highest clean seed yields were achieved with furrow irrigation at 7-day intervals.

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Effect of irrigation frequencies on alfalfa seed yield

Robert W. Hagemann, Carl F. Ehlig, Mikeal J. Huber, Richard Y. Reynoso, Lyman S. Willardson
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Effect of irrigation frequencies on alfalfa seed yield

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Authors

Robert W. Hagemann, Imperial County
Carl F. Ehlig, Brawley, California
Mikeal J. Huber, Science and Education, Administration, Brawley, California
Richard Y. Reynoso, Science and Education Administration, Brawley, California
Lyman S. Willardson, Education Administration, Brawley, California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(10):17-18.

Published October 01, 1978

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Maximum alfalfa seed set is achieved through slight water stress. Experiments with varying drip- and furrow-irrigation frequencies showed that the highest clean seed yields were achieved with furrow irrigation at 7-day intervals.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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