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The electrical conductivity of irrigation water used for grape production in Australia is generally in the range of 0.2-3.5 dS/m, with most under .6 dS/m.
Trials in the Sunraysia region have shown that moderate to high salinities (1.75-3.5 dS/m) over four seasons reduced yield of own-rooted grapevines (cv. Sultana) whereas vines grafted to salt tolerant rootstocks eg Ramsey experienced no yield reduction.
(Note – article deals with salinity effect on wine grapes)
Salinity effects on vines and wines
2001, Conference paper – see description
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