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Estimating the productivity of irrigation water for sugarcane production in Hawaii

Lloyd B. Rankine

Estimating the productivity of irrigation water for sugarcane production in Hawaii

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Published by Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii] in [Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hawaii,
  • Hawaii.
    • Subjects:
    • Sugarcane -- Hawaii -- Irrigation,
    • Irrigation water -- Hawaii

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Lloyd B. Rankine, Jack R. Davidson [and] Howard C. Hogg.
      Series[Hawaii. University, Honolulu. Water Resources Research Center] Technical report, no. 56, Technical report (University of Hawaii at Manoa. Water Resources Research Center) ;, no. 56.
      ContributionsDavidson, Jack R., joint author., Hogg, Howard C., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTC1 .H36 no. 56, SB228 .H36 no. 56
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 66 p.
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5026792M
      LC Control Number73621340

      Hawaii eventually evolved from an agricultural export economy to one based on tourism. Today you can see the locations of several sugar mills such as the Waialua Sugar . Goals / Objectives The ultimate goal of this research project is to help local growers optimize the production of their crops through an optimum water management .   Recent declines in water levels and productivity in some wells and tunnels in the Lihue Basin, Kauai, Hawaii, have raised concerns about the future reliability of .   About 49 percent of sugarcane cropland, accounting for 54 percent of global production, is irrigated, so improving water productivity in the sector could have a .


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Estimating the productivity of irrigation water for sugarcane production in Hawaii by Lloyd B. Rankine Download PDF EPUB FB2

ESTIMATING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF IRRIGATION WATER FOR SUGARCANE PRODUCTION IN HAWAII by Lloyd B. Rankine Jack R. Davidson Howard C. Hogg Technical Report No. Estimating the productivity of irrigation water for sugarcane production in Hawaii by Lloyd B.

Rankine,Water Resources Research Center, University. The Resource Estimating the productivity of irrigation water for sugarcane production in Hawaii, by Lloyd B. Rankine, Jack R. Davidson [and] Howard C. Hogg. Sugarcane -- Irrigation -- Hawaii. Irrigation water -- Hawaii.

Sugar growing -- Hawaii. Date Issued: Jun Publisher: Water Resources Research Author: Lloyd B. Rankine, Jack R. Davidson, Howard C.

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The example considered is. A means of incorporating known agronomic relationships in a production function estimated from field records is illustrated. An example considered is sugarcane Author: Howard C.

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