Grains and field crops
Water use of wheatbelt crop and pasture species Location: 83WH29 - Wongan Hills Research Station, Wongan Hills Abstract. A comprehensive experiment to investigate the productivity and water use of important wheatbelt crop and pasture species was undertaken in 1983. The experiment has provided important information on potential crop and pasture productivity and the role of alternate crop and pasture species in managing groundwater recharge and the development of secondary salinity. Contents 1. Background and industry significance 2. Aims of the experiment 3. Personnel 4. Site characterisation 5. Experimental detail 6. Results i) Meterological data ii) Dry matter, leaf area and grain yield iii) Soil Water iv) Root growth and water extraction v) Infra-red Thermometry
Number of Pages
Hamblin, A, Miers, D, Nulsen, R, Perry, M, and Tennant, D. (1983), Water use of wheatbelt crop and pasture species. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report.