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Progress of irrigation research on Willamette Valley soils Public Deposited

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  • The future expansion of agricultural production in the Willamette Valley will depend to a large degree upon the feasibility of introducing irrigated agriculture on the poorly drained soils in the Valley. A r earch program has been initiated to investigate the feasibility of rigation on poorly drained soils with the following objectives: ( ) to determine the production potential of irrigated agriculture on the Dayton, Amity, Woodburn, Willamette, and related soils of the Willamette Valley under different levels of management, (2) to determine the irrigation-water requirements of selected crops grown on the above-named soils under different systems of management, and (3) to determine the economic feasibility of irrigation based upon the results obtained under objectives (1) and (2). The research program is conducted cooperatively by the Departments of Soils, Horticulture, Farm Crops, Agricultural Engineering, and Agricultural Economics. Results of the research program will be published each year. This report is based on results obtained in 1966, the fourth crop-year of the experimental program. The report was prepared by the cooperators: L. Boersma, project leader, G. O. Klock, T. L. Jackson, and D. T. Westermann, Soils; H. J. Mack, Horticulture; W. Calhoun, W. H. Foote, and W. Kronstad, Farm Crops; J. W. Wolfe, Agricultural Engineering; and R. C. Youmans, Agricultural Economics.
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