Irrigation water quality - salinity and soil structure stability - W55 - fact sheet
One of the major concerns with water used for irrigation is decreased crop yields and land degradation as a result of excess salts being present in water and in soils. This fact sheet assists landholders to determine if they have an irrigation salinity problem and includes information on crop salt tolerance and soil structure stability.
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- Date published:
- August 2009
- This resource is part of a series:
- Water Fact Sheet Series - W
Series of information sheets providing information about land and water management, water weeds, pumping, irrigation, groundwater, dams and their safety, water quality, water meters, aquaculture, overland flow, water recycling, regional water supply strategies, Great Artesian Basin Initiative and service provider obligations.
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