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Upward movement of water in drained floodplain soils under irrigation


, : Upward movement of water in drained floodplain soils under irrigation. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki Moscow, USSR (1): 105-111

Based on lysimeter studies with drained floodplain soils, equations are presented for determining the effects of upward movement of soil water on the irrigation requirements of grassland.

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