Changes in golf course fairway soils under effluent water irrigation
As the use of effluent irrigation increases, salinity and sodicity issues associated with its use continue to be of great concern to the golf course industry. The purpose of our research was to (i) observe salinity accumulation patterns on 4 fairways of two effluent water irrigated golf courses using 2 different types of sensors and to (ii) determine long-term changes in soil chemistry in soils under effluent water irrigation on golf course fairways. Temporal and spatial accumulation patterns were measured using a network of in-situ soil sensors located at two depths 15 and 30 cm for 5TE ...
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