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Title: Changing Irrigation Systems and Management in the Harvey Irrigation Area - Final Report - February 2006
Authors: Rivers, Mark
Nandapi, Dario
Chester, David
Kuzich, Robin
Moore, Ken
Keywords: Flooding
Soil
Measurement
Self management
Phosphorus
Irrigation systems
Water
Irrigation
Farmers
Soil morphological features
Issue Date: 17-Aug-2009
Abstract: The Harvey Water Irrigation Area (HWIA) is Western Australia's prime irrigated dairying area supplying Perth and the south west with more than 40 per cent of its milk. Irrigated agriculture commenced in Harvey with the establishment of a weir in 1916. Since that time, pastures have been watered through surface irrigation of paddocks which over time have been leveled and divided into irrigation bays. When this project was envisaged in 2001, there were no centre
URI: http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/2045
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