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Drainage adiacent to a river: Investigation on use of pumped well for field drainage of river seepage conducted on farm in Sacramento delta area

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James N. Luthin, University of California
Verne H. Scott, University of California

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California Agriculture 11(4):34-36.

Published April 01, 1957

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Pumping ground water for relief of drainage problems in agricultural lands is an established practice. However, there are many situations in California where pumping has not been used and where it might—or might not—be the solution to severe drainage problems costing farmers thousands of dollars annually in crops and soil damage.

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Drainage adiacent to a river: Investigation on use of pumped well for field drainage of river seepage conducted on farm in Sacramento delta area

James N. Luthin, Verne H. Scott
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Drainage adiacent to a river: Investigation on use of pumped well for field drainage of river seepage conducted on farm in Sacramento delta area

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Authors

James N. Luthin, University of California
Verne H. Scott, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 11(4):34-36.

Published April 01, 1957

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Pumping ground water for relief of drainage problems in agricultural lands is an established practice. However, there are many situations in California where pumping has not been used and where it might—or might not—be the solution to severe drainage problems costing farmers thousands of dollars annually in crops and soil damage.

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