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Orchard water use and soil characteristics

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Terry Prichard , University of California
Wynette M. Sills
Wesley K. Asai
Lonnie C. Hendricks
Clyde L. Elmore, Department of Botany

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California Agriculture 43(4):23-25.

Published July 01, 1989

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Selection of an orchard floor management system is based on several considerations, often including its potential effect on water use, water infiltration, and soil compaction. Information on these factors has been limited, however, because many previous studies have compared only a few treatments or have produced site-specific recommendations that did not consider differences in soil characteristics or orchard management.

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Orchard water use and soil characteristics

Terry Prichard, Wynette M. Sills, Wesley K. Asai, Lonnie C. Hendricks, Clyde L. Elmore
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Orchard water use and soil characteristics

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Authors

Terry Prichard , University of California
Wynette M. Sills
Wesley K. Asai
Lonnie C. Hendricks
Clyde L. Elmore, Department of Botany

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(4):23-25.

Published July 01, 1989

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Selection of an orchard floor management system is based on several considerations, often including its potential effect on water use, water infiltration, and soil compaction. Information on these factors has been limited, however, because many previous studies have compared only a few treatments or have produced site-specific recommendations that did not consider differences in soil characteristics or orchard management.

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