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Alkali soil reclamation: Most carbon dioxide added to irrigation water is lost into atmosphere and as reclaiming agent

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Warren E. Schoonover , University of California
J. C. Martin, University of California

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California Agriculture 7(11):7-15.

Published November 01, 1953

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Use of carbon dioxide in irrigation water had no significant effect toward the reclamation of black alkali soil in the cases of two Tulare County irrigation systems studied.

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Fred Jensen, Farm Advisor, Tulare County, University of California, co-operated in the experiments reported in the above article.

Alkali soil reclamation: Most carbon dioxide added to irrigation water is lost into atmosphere and as reclaiming agent

Warren E. Schoonover, J. C. Martin
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Alkali soil reclamation: Most carbon dioxide added to irrigation water is lost into atmosphere and as reclaiming agent

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Authors

Warren E. Schoonover , University of California
J. C. Martin, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 7(11):7-15.

Published November 01, 1953

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Use of carbon dioxide in irrigation water had no significant effect toward the reclamation of black alkali soil in the cases of two Tulare County irrigation systems studied.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Fred Jensen, Farm Advisor, Tulare County, University of California, co-operated in the experiments reported in the above article.


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