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Control of soil salinity through sub surface drainage - a case study of Konanki Experiment


, : Control of soil salinity through sub surface drainage - a case study of Konanki Experiment. 1st Asian Regional Conference, Seoul, Korea, 16-21 September, 2001: A19

Investigations have been carried out at the Konanki pilot area (in Andhra Pradesh, India) for installing open and closed sub-surface drainage systems. Ten observation wells, six piezometers and fifteen laterals were installed. Groundwater table depth and drain water quality were measured along with pH and EC data in different places. Sub-surface drainage systems have been installed at the pilot area and the systems have been functional from October 1999 onwards.

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