Dual-use return-water irrigation system
AuthorsF. K. Aljibury
J. W. Brown
C. E. Houston
Authors AffiliationsFalih K. Aljibury is Farm Advisor, Orange County; John W. Brown is Engineer, Irvine Company; Clyde E. Houston is Extension Irrigation and Drainage Engineer, U.C., Davis.
Hilgardia 21(7):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v021n07p14. July 1967.
This study indicates that where tail water is a necessity to provide an appreciable increase in production of a relatively high-value crop, a large investment in the irrigation return-water system can still be economically feasible.
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