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WRRCTR No.130 Recycling of Sewage Effluent by Sugarcane Irrigation: A Dilution Study, October 1976 to October 1978, Phase II-A

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Title WRRCTR No.130 Recycling of Sewage Effluent by Sugarcane Irrigation: A Dilution Study, October 1976 to October 1978, Phase II-A
Creator Lau, L Stephen Ekern, Paul C Loh, Philip CS Young, Reginald HF Dugan, Gordon L
Subject water reuse sugarcane sewage effluent furrow irrigation viruses field tests Hawaii sugar yields Lahaina soil oxisol tropeptic haplustox Mililani Oahu Sewage irrigation -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Sugarcane -- Irrigation -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Water reuse -- Hawaii -- Oahu.
Description This study is an extension of the project, "Recycling of Sewage Effluent by Irrigation: A Field Study on Oahu," completed in July 1975. The major objective of this portion was to determine the dilution with Waiāhole Ditch water necessary for optimal sugar yield when chlorinated, secondarily treated sewage effluent was used for furrow irrigation of cane. Hawaiian sugarcane variety 59-3775 was planted in October 1976 to a random-block design of treatments with six replicates in Oahu Sugar...
Date 1980-03
Type Report
Identifier Lau LS, Ekern PC, Loh PCS, Young RHF, Dugan GL. 1980. Recycling of sewage effluent by sugarcane irrigation: a dilution study, October 1976 to October 1978, phase II-A. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 130 http://hdl.handle.net/10125/2264
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Technical Report 130
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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