Water Quality and Crop Production Improvement Using a Wetland-Reservoir and Draining/Subsurface Irrigation System

@inproceedings{Tan2007WaterQA,
  title={Water Quality and Crop Production Improvement Using a Wetland-Reservoir and Draining/Subsurface Irrigation System},
  author={Chin S. Tan and T. Q. Zhang and C. F. Drury and W. D. Reynolds and T. O. Oloya and John Donald Gaynor},
  year={2007}
}
  • Chin S. Tan, T. Q. Zhang, +3 authors John Donald Gaynor
  • Published 2007
  • Engineering
  • In a wetland-reservoir system, tile drainage water and surface runoff water from agricultural fields are routed into a wetland reservoir, rather than into open-ended streams and drainage ditches. The collected water is then recycled back through a controlled tile drainage-subsurface irrigation system to provide subsurface irrigation during times of crop water deficit. The wetland reservoir provides wildlife habitat and serves as a sink to prevent off-site movement (loss) of water and sediments… CONTINUE READING

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