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dc.contributor.author Constable, Greg en-US
dc.contributor.author McBratney, A .B. en-US
dc.contributor.author Triantafilisa, J. en-US
dc.date.accessioned 2013-11-15T02:19:34Z
dc.date.available 2013-11-15T02:19:34Z
dc.date.issued 1996-08-16 en_US
dc.identifier.other Conference Paper en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/619
dc.description.abstract Since the late 1980's secondary soil salinisation has been recognised as a potentially threatening problem in many of the irrigated cotton growing areas. This has been most apparent in the lower Macquarie valley and at Bourke where large earthen storage dams constructed from semipermeable soil materials have leaked. Owing to the presence of subsurface textural boundariesshallow water tables have been created in adjacent irrigated fields which have redistributed stored soluble salts within the rootzone. In Dalby and the Lockyer valley, the application of poor quality irrigation water has resulted in minorproblems with salinisation of surface soil. Fortunately, there have been no widespread occurrences of secondary soil salinisation as a result of rising water tables or the prolonged use of poor quality irrigation waters. en_US
dc.format pdf en_US
dc.publisher Australian Cotton Growers Research Association en_US
dc.rights The material presented in these proceedings may not be abstracted or cited as a reference without the specific permissions of the author concerned en_US
dc.subject.classification Soil en_US
dc.title Strategic Plan: Salinity Research And Management Strategies For The Cotton Growing Areas Of Australia en_US
dc.subject.crdc 4a en_US


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