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Growth of Sugar Cane In areas irrigated with colorado river water

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F. E. Robinson, Department of Water Science and Engineering
G. F. Worker, U. C. Imperial Valley Field Station

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California Agriculture 19(8):2-3.

Published August 01, 1965

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Both stalk elongation rates and dry matter analyses of sugar cane irrigated with Colorado River water indicate that such areas should be used for this crop only when soils are well drained and relatively salt free.

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Growth of Sugar Cane In areas irrigated with colorado river water

F. E. Robinson, G. F. Worker
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Growth of Sugar Cane In areas irrigated with colorado river water

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Authors

F. E. Robinson, Department of Water Science and Engineering
G. F. Worker, U. C. Imperial Valley Field Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(8):2-3.

Published August 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Both stalk elongation rates and dry matter analyses of sugar cane irrigated with Colorado River water indicate that such areas should be used for this crop only when soils are well drained and relatively salt free.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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