Management of furrow irrigation to improve water use efficiency and sustain the groundwater resource: a case study in the Burdekin region - final report 2003
Field studies were implemented to improve knowledge and understanding of impacts of current and modified irrigation management practices on crop water use, productivity and longterm sustainability of the Burdekin Delta groundwater system. Field trials were established on six sites representing different soil types of the Delta comparing conventional (CONV) and best management practice (BMP) irrigation systems. Created as part of the rural water use efficiency initiative.
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- Date published:
- 31 January 2004
- This resource is part of a series:
- Rural water use efficiency projects series
The series captures number of technical, final and milestone reports. The information relates to improvement of water use efficiency and irrigation management strategies. All reports include applicable maps.
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