Irrigation rates critical in Imperial Valley alfalfa
AuthorFrank E. Robinson
Author AffiliationsFrank E. Robinson is Water Scientist, University of California Imperial Valley Field Station, El Centro.
Hilgardia 34(10):18-18. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n10p18. October 1980.
AbstractApplying too little water to Imperial Valley alfalfa in summer sprinkler irrigation causes leaf burn from salts in the water. Higher rates cause ponding and soil crusting.
Robinson F. 1980. Irrigation rates critical in Imperial Valley alfalfa. Hilgardia 34(10):18-18. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n10p18
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