The paper put forward the position that the then current irrigation practices were less than satisfactory, with temporary water shortages, salt and seepage effecting irrigators.

The paper argues the problem is the result of both the method and frequency of irrigations. Data supporting this argument is presented and some possible methods to alleviate the problems given.

(A paper read by A.V. Lyon at the Conference of River Murray Branches of the Agricultural Bureau, Renmark, June 18th 1931)

Irrigation Investigations in the Mildura and Renmark Districts

Journal of Agriculture, 1931, month 7, pages 1260-1264

csiro 1931-1

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