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Title: Salinity impact on Lower Murray horticulture
Authors: Sanderson, Graeme
McLean Geoff
Bourne, John
Biswas, Tapas K.
Schrale, Gerrit
Stevens, Rob
Keywords: Horticulture
Irrigation
High water
Crops
Salinity
Soil types
Soil
Soil water
Drainage
Leaching
Issue Date: 17-Aug-2009
Abstract: The project was developed to test the hypothesis: a depressed leaching efficiency (LE) in the Lower Murray irrigation districts raises the root zone salinity and, improved water use efficiency (WUE) has an upper limit determined by that field's LE and its variance'. The specific objectives were to: Determine/update the salinity relationships for irrigated horticulture along the Lower
URI: http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/2123
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