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Highlighting twenty years of salinity research in Spain’s Ebro River Basin

AuthorsAragüés Lafarga, Ramón CSIC; Isla Climente, Ramón CSIC ORCID; Urdanoz, V.
Issue DateMar-2008
CitationInternational Salinity Forum (2nd. Adelaide, Australia. 31 March – 3 April 2008)
Abstract• Terrestrial EM vehicles are excellent tools for soil salinity mapping and establishment of relationships with hydrology and water quality. • Soil and water salinity is and will continue to be an increasing problem in the ERB. • Our irrigation waters are of good quality for crops. Thus, high irrigation efficiencies are attainable in order to minimize salt loading in IRF. • Our irrigation waters may impair losses in the structural stability of sensitive (silt) soils. Ranking by measuring IR with gypsum-saturated, distilled and canal irrigation waters.
• TLS and DIS are excellent tools for appraisal of salinity tolerance of crops under field conditions. • Strategies to reduce leaf salt absorption in saline sprinkler irrigation: - 3-min pre-wetting and 3-min post-washing with fresh water is a recommended strategy in barley and corn. - Nocturnal irrigations did not have any beneficial effect over diurnal irrigations in alfalfa and corn.
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