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Title: USE OF SALINE WATER IN RICE BASED FARMING SYSTEMS - Final Report - September 1997
Authors: Griffin, Don
Mitchell, David
North, Sam
Hume, Iain
Thompson, John
Keywords: Soil types
Saline water
Rice
Salinity
Water supply
Irrigation
Farming systems
Wheats
Crops
Infiltration
Issue Date: 1-Sep-1997
Abstract: 1. OBJECTIVES:i. To determine, across a range of soil types and watertable conditions, the effect of increasing the irrigation water salinity on the infiltration properties of rice soils. ii. To determine the potential use of groundwater, pumped for watertable control, within a rice rotation. iii. To develop and publish practical strategies for the management of groundwater, channel water and salinity in rice-based cropping systems.
URI: http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/1941
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