Conservation irrigation of field crops: A drought-year strategy
AuthorJ. Ian Stewart
Hilgardia 31(4):6-9. DOI:10.3733/ca.v031n04p6. April 1977.
To make the most efficient use of limited water supplies in the production of field crops, a sequence of key decisions must be made before planting. These decisions are particularly important in a drought year such as 1977 in California.
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