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Quality of irrigation waters: Primarily determined by mineral constituents and the total salt concentration in water applied for agricultural purposes

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L. D. Doneen, University of California
D. W. Henderson, University of California

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California Agriculture 11(4):7-37.

Published April 01, 1957

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Abstract

A water deficiency in some areas of the state, a growing population, with added irrigated acreage will increase the use and re-use of agricultural waters and tend to pollute and degrade them to the point of becoming a serious problem.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1529.

Quality of irrigation waters: Primarily determined by mineral constituents and the total salt concentration in water applied for agricultural purposes

L. D. Doneen, D. W. Henderson
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Quality of irrigation waters: Primarily determined by mineral constituents and the total salt concentration in water applied for agricultural purposes

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Authors

L. D. Doneen, University of California
D. W. Henderson, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 11(4):7-37.

Published April 01, 1957

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A water deficiency in some areas of the state, a growing population, with added irrigated acreage will increase the use and re-use of agricultural waters and tend to pollute and degrade them to the point of becoming a serious problem.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1529.


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