Maximizing Productivity from Wastewater: Irrigation, Soil, and Crop Management Strategies. Manzoor Qadir (UNU-INWEH) Javier Mateo-Sagasta (FAO). Fifth Regional Workshop ‘Safe and Productive Use of Wastewater in Agriculture’, March 2013, Bali, Indonesia.
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Maximizing Productivity from Wastewater: Irrigation, Soil, and Crop Management Strategies
Manzoor Qadir (UNU-INWEH)
Javier Mateo-Sagasta (FAO)
Fifth Regional Workshop ‘Safe and Productive Use of Wastewater in Agriculture’, March 2013, Bali, Indonesia
Wastewater: Opportunities for Crop Production
Wastewater: Risks for Crop Production
How can we maximize agricultural productivity and benefits from wastewater while minimizing risks?
Irrigation, soil, and crop management strategies for wastewater use in agriculture
Qadir, Drechsel, Raschid-Sally (2008) Wastewater use in agriculture: Agronomic considerations. Encyclopedia of Water Science: 1296-1299
FAO (2003) Users manual for irrigation with treated wastewater. FAO Regional Office for the Near East, Cairo, Egypt.
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