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Reclaimed water for irrigation of vegetables eaten raw

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Authors

Richard G. Burau , University of California
Bahman Sheikh, Engineering-Science, Inc.
Robin P. Cort, Engineering-Science
Robert C. Cooper, UC Berkeley
David Ririe

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California Agriculture 41(7):4-7.

Published July 01, 1987

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Abstract

A five-year study revealed no public health risk associated with irrigation of raw-eaten vegetable crops with reclaimed domestic wastewater.

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The authors acknowledge the indispensable assistance generously given by Sea Mist Farm's Silvio Bernardi and Ed Boutonnet and by Hugo Tottino of Artichoke Industries, Inc. Many others from the UC system, EngineeringScience, and state and federal agencies contributed time and talent to this project.

Reclaimed water for irrigation of vegetables eaten raw

Richard G. Burau, Bahman Sheikh, Robin P. Cort, Robert C. Cooper, David Ririe
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Reclaimed water for irrigation of vegetables eaten raw

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Authors

Richard G. Burau , University of California
Bahman Sheikh, Engineering-Science, Inc.
Robin P. Cort, Engineering-Science
Robert C. Cooper, UC Berkeley
David Ririe

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(7):4-7.

Published July 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A five-year study revealed no public health risk associated with irrigation of raw-eaten vegetable crops with reclaimed domestic wastewater.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors acknowledge the indispensable assistance generously given by Sea Mist Farm's Silvio Bernardi and Ed Boutonnet and by Hugo Tottino of Artichoke Industries, Inc. Many others from the UC system, EngineeringScience, and state and federal agencies contributed time and talent to this project.


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