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Infiltration rates: Effect of wetting agents in water on infiltration rates into soils

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O. R. Lunt, University of California
M. R. Huberty, University of California

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California Agriculture 8(1):12-12.

Published January 01, 1954

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Abstract

Laboratory and field studies indicate there is little, if any, increase in the water infiltration rate into soils because of decreased surface tension of water treated with wetting agents.

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N. D. Hudson, Assistant to the Director of Agricultural Extension Service and formerly Farm Advisor, University of California, Kern County, cooperated in the field studies.

Infiltration rates: Effect of wetting agents in water on infiltration rates into soils

O. R. Lunt, M. R. Huberty
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Infiltration rates: Effect of wetting agents in water on infiltration rates into soils

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Authors

O. R. Lunt, University of California
M. R. Huberty, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 8(1):12-12.

Published January 01, 1954

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Laboratory and field studies indicate there is little, if any, increase in the water infiltration rate into soils because of decreased surface tension of water treated with wetting agents.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

N. D. Hudson, Assistant to the Director of Agricultural Extension Service and formerly Farm Advisor, University of California, Kern County, cooperated in the field studies.


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