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Herbicide, nutrient and water loss when irrigating by the corrugation method



Herbicide, nutrient and water loss when irrigating by the corrugation method



Toxic Substances in Agricultural Water Supply and Drainage, 2nd Pan American ICID Regional Conference 1989: 269-279



Based on a two year study (in 1986 and 1987), irrigating a soft white spring wheat (Triticum aestivum) by the corrugation method, resulted in 14.3% and 10.6% respectively, of the applied irrigation water being returned as surface drainage water. The paper compares the losses to surface drainage of applied nitrogen, phosphorus and herbicides. The preliminary data presented suggests that herbicide losses occur primarily during the first irrigation.

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