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Repair and replacement options for concrete lined irrigation channels

This package contains guidelines for repairing or replacing concrete lined irrigation channels.

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Channel Evaporation Mitigation - Videos

Channel Evaporation Mitigation from Land and Water Australia on (more)...

Managing fertigation technologies in citrus orchards

With recent advances in technology irrigators can now more precisely control delivery of mineral nutrients and water to the roots of perennial tree crops. These technologies, collectively referred to as fertigation, provide the opportunity to adopt and implement highly technical management programs, such as open hydroponics, that use drip irrigation to deliver a balanced mixture of nutrients and water. This research bulletin provides an overview of a project, (more)...

Incorporating rye grass into soil management

4 - Incorporating rye grass into soil management from Land and Water Australia on (more)...

Continuing the research

3 - Continuing the research from Land and Water Australia on Vimeo. (more)...

The importance of managing soil for productivity

1 - The importance of managing soil for productivity from Land and Water Australia on (more)...

Using Recycled Water for Irrigation

An overview of the issues, opportunities and challenges.

All Australians, including farmers and urban consumers, are increasingly aware that our water is both scarce and precious. In recent years, water management has been one of the nation’s most important electoral issues. Water restrictions have limited urban users’ ability to water gardens and wash cars, while irrigators across the country have experienced often drastic cuts in water allocations, affecting food availability and prices. There are two main approaches to (more)...

Management of Irrigation Water Storages: carryover rights and capacity sharing

Sustainable Irrigation Management Update

Water storages (reservoirs) play a vital role in the supply of water for irrigation farms, serving to smooth variation in supply and maximise the economic value of water over time.In Australia, major irrigation water storages are centrally managed via an announced allocation system. This publication discusses work undertaken to trial and evaluate two decentralised approaches - carryover rights and capacity sharing.

Modernising Irrigation Forum

Field Trip March 2009

Future Flow Field Trip with Peter Walsh from Land and Water Australia on (more)...