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Use of drainage water for irrigation of melons and tomatoes

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Stephen R. Grattan , University of California
Carol Shennan, UC Davis
Donald M. May
Jeffery P. Mitchell, UC Davis
Richard G. Burau, UC Davis

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California Agriculture 41(9):27-28.

Published September 01, 1987

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Abstract

Reuse of saline dminage water to irrigate melons and tomatoes caused no loss of yield and no health hazards.

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The authors extend their appreciation to Clyde Irion of Murrieta Farms for his cooperation in the Mendota studies. They also thank Brenda Lanini, Soni Tafoya, and Monica Turner for their valuable assistance.

Use of drainage water for irrigation of melons and tomatoes

Stephen R. Grattan, Carol Shennan, Donald M. May, Jeffery P. Mitchell, Richard G. Burau
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Use of drainage water for irrigation of melons and tomatoes

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Authors

Stephen R. Grattan , University of California
Carol Shennan, UC Davis
Donald M. May
Jeffery P. Mitchell, UC Davis
Richard G. Burau, UC Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(9):27-28.

Published September 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Reuse of saline dminage water to irrigate melons and tomatoes caused no loss of yield and no health hazards.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors extend their appreciation to Clyde Irion of Murrieta Farms for his cooperation in the Mendota studies. They also thank Brenda Lanini, Soni Tafoya, and Monica Turner for their valuable assistance.


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