Tailored reclaimed water irrigation effects on turfgrass visual quality, rootzone salinity, nitrogen species, and denitrifying microorganisms in the vadose zone
Water is essential for any functioning society, but drinking water supplies are becoming increasingly insufficient for current and future demands. To alleviate stress on diminishing potable water resources, reclaimed water can be a viable option for replacement in many different schemes, like turfgrass irrigation. Irrigating turfgrass with reclaimed water can reduce demand on potable water supplies and provide essential nutrients for turfgrass health and aesthetic appeal, but can also be associated with nitrate leaching to groundwater and salt accumulation in the rootzone. The purpose of this ...
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