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Title: Darling Basin Knowledge Delivery & Applications- Going beyond normal extension activities to provide irrigators with the information theyrequire when they request it
Other Titles: RESEARCH PROPOSAL CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT
Authors: Christiansen, Ingrid
Keywords: Trade
Knowledge management
Agricultural products
Systems analysis
Self management
Irrigation
Cotton
Private sector
Project design
Extension activities
Issue Date: 4-Apr-2003
Abstract: Australia currently sends to "waste" close to 86% of effluent water. In the past 4 years national re-use of effluent has doubled to 14% of all effluent produced, however this remains a small proportion of the amount of water still running to "waste". The potential exists to use this water for horticultural production freeing up costly potable water. There are concerns about the use of recycled water from both a horticultural producer and consumer perspective. Participants throughout the supply chain need to be aware of and minimise the potential risks and maximise the benefits of using this resource
URI: http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/1888
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