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Reclaimed water: Sewage effluents as source of irrigation water attracting increasing attention

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H. A. Schreiber, University of California

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California Agriculture 11(4):8-8.

Published April 01, 1957

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About 10% of the developed water supply in California is used for domestic or industrial purposes and 90% for crop irrigation.

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Reclaimed water: Sewage effluents as source of irrigation water attracting increasing attention

H. A. Schreiber
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Reclaimed water: Sewage effluents as source of irrigation water attracting increasing attention

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H. A. Schreiber, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 11(4):8-8.

Published April 01, 1957

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Abstract

About 10% of the developed water supply in California is used for domestic or industrial purposes and 90% for crop irrigation.

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