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Tim R. Pannkuk

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 2014 Landscape Water Budgeting. 1 Nov. 2014. < > Toze, S. 2006 Reuse of effluent water—Benefits and risks Agr. Water Mgt. 80 147 159 U.S. Environmental

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Amy L. Shober, Geoffrey C. Denny, and Timothy K. Broschat

Florida 30 Apr. 2008 < >. Florida Department of Environmental Protection 2007 2006 Reuse inventory 9 May 2008 <

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Garrett A. Ridge, Natasha L. Bell, Andrew J. Gitto, Steven N. Jeffers, and Sarah A. White

and economically sustainable crop production. Recycled irrigation runoff is one alternative water source growers are increasingly considering; however, one major barrier limiting adoption of irrigation water reuse is the perceived potential for

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Liping Kou, Yaguang Luo, Wu Ding, Xinghua Liu, and William Conway

activity Postharvest Biol. Technol. 17 201 213 Luo, Y. 2007 Fresh-cut produce wash water re-use affects water quality and packaged product quality and microbial growth HortScience 42 1413 1419 Lurie, S

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Sebastian Weissbein, Zeev Wiesman, Yhonathan Ephrath, and Moshe Silberbush

continuously increasing shortage of tap water, mainly in semiarid areas, the irrigation of most new olive plantations is based on available low-quality sources of water all of which are characterized by a relatively high salinity ( Wiesman et al., 2004 ). The

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Tom Yeager, Jeff Million, Claudia Larsen, and Bob Stamps

open areas receiving irrigation; 8) use rain shutoff devices; 9) collect and reuse rain and irrigation water; 10) use cyclic irrigation to minimize water and nutrient loss from containers; and 11) use substrate moisture sensors for initializing

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George Hochmuth, Terril Nell, J. Bryan Unruh, Laurie Trenholm, and Jerry Sartain

.org/government/publicservices/systems_planning/Environment/Pages/PhosphorusFertilizer.aspx > Arrington, D.A. Melton, K.Y. 2010 Unintended consequences: Numeric nutrient criteria will constrain reuse opportunities. 20 May 2012. < > Association of California Water Agencies 2009 General

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Tamara Wynne and Dale Devitt

salts, as is the case for Colorado River water (EC 1.05 dS·m −1 ) and reuse water (≈2.00 dS·m −1 ) used to irrigate landscapes in southern Nevada ( Devitt et al., 2007 ) because it will lead to significant salt accumulation. Trees play a significant role

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Jinghua Fan, George Hochmuth, Jason Kruse, and Jerry Sartain

mg·L −1 . Outdoor field-scale experiments are needed to validate the results from these greenhouse studies. Units Literature cited Asano, T. Burton, F.L. Leverenz, H.L. Tsuchihashi, R. Tchobanoglous, G. 2007 Water reuse: Issues, technologies, and

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Jeb S. Fields, William C. Fonteno, and Brian E. Jackson

Wettability of a material was defined by Letey et al. (1962) as the ability of a liquid to spread over a material’s surface. In substrates, proper wettability ensures a more even distribution of water (and nutrients) throughout the root