Use of drainage water for irrigation of melons and tomatoes
AuthorsStephen R. Grattan
Donald M. May
Jeffery P. Mitchell
Richard G. Burau
Authors AffiliationsStephen R. Grattan is Plant-Water Relations Specialist, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Davis; Carol Shennan is Assistant Professor, Department of Vegetable Crops, UC Davis; Donald M. May is Farm Advisor, Cooerative Extension, Fresno County; Jeffery P. Mitchell is Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Vegetable Cros, UC Davis; Richard G. Burau is Professor, Apartment of Land, Air and Water Resources, UC Davis.
Hilgardia 41(9):27-28. DOI:10.3733/ca.v041n09p27. September 1987.
AbstractReuse of saline dminage water to irrigate melons and tomatoes caused no loss of yield and no health hazards.
Grattan S, Shennan C, May D, Mitchell J, Burau R. 1987. Use of drainage water for irrigation of melons and tomatoes. Hilgardia 41(9):27-28. DOI:10.3733/ca.v041n09p27
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