Quantifying high priority reasons for vegetable producers to adopt improved irrigation management strategies - final report 2003
This project was designed to investigate and demonstrate, for a range of vegetable crops, the potential for changes in irrigation practices (in combination with other agronomic inputs), to improve economic water use efficiency ($ profit per ML water use). It targeted improving yields and reducing water use, improving vegetable quality, and managing specific diseases and physiological disorders, such as pungency in onions, or tipburn in lettuce, to achieve the desired goals. Created as part of the rural water use efficiency initiative.
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- 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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