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Efficient use of water resources in sugar production; optimising the use of limited water under supplementary irrigation
About 60% of sugar produced in Australia depends on irrigation. In some regions, production would be impossible without irrigation; in others, irrigation is used to supplement rainfall. It can improve production and reduce ...
Irrigation risk management strategies to reduce water use and maximize profitability; a paradigm shift in performance to $ per unit of water : final report CTA038
The Australian sugar industry is predisposed to maximize the benefits of irrigation because of its geographic and climatic location. However mistakes of older irrigation schemes elsewhere in Australia, need to be ...
Implementation of irrigation practices for profitable resource efficient sugarcane production in the Ord : final report CSE007
Sugarcane is currently the major crop in the Ord River Irrigation Area (ORIA) in terms of area, occupying approximately 4000 hectares or a third of the irrigable area. It is also possible that further expansion could ...
Increased profitability and water use efficiency through best use of limited water under supplementary irrigation : SRDC final report CSE001
The objectives of this project towards increased profitability and water use efficiency was to: