SOIL TYPE AND WATER MANAGEMENT
California Agriculture 16(8):14-15.
Published August 01, 1962
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Although Colorado River water has been used for irrigating various crops in southern California for many years, careful consideration to soil type and water management is especially important to successful use for new citrus plantings. The Colorado is the principal source of water for the Imperial and Coachella valleys and is being used increasingly for crop production in San Diego and western Riverside counties.