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Irrigation water requirements of citrus in the south coastal basin of California

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station in Berkeley, Cal .
Written in English

  • Citrus,
  • Water requirements,
  • Irrigation

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesIrrigation water requirements of citrus in the south coastal basin of California
    StatementArthur F. Pillsbury, O.C. Compton, and W.E. Picker
    SeriesBulletin -- no. 686, Bulletin (California Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 686.
    ContributionsPicker, W. E., Compton, O. C. (Oliver Cecil), 1903-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25227604M

    Impact of Water Requirements and Irrigation Scheduling Depending on weather conditions and ground cover, citrus requires from 35 to 48 inches of water per year; grapefruit requires more water than do oranges, lemons or limes. Water is removed from a crop by evapotranspiration (ET), which is the removal of water that evaporates or. Discharge from the aquifer is primarily from ground-water pumping for irrigation and public water supply. Until recently, Fresno and Visalia were entirely dependent on groundwater for their supply, and Fresno was the second largest city in the U.S. reliant solely on groundwater (California Department of Water Resources, Bulletin , update ).

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Irrigation water requirements of citrus in the south coastal basin of California / By Arthur Francis Pillsbury, W. Picker and O. (Oliver Cecil) Compton Abstract. WATER REQUIREMENTS OF CITRUS Water requirements of citrus estimated from evapo- transpiration (ET) may range from 76 to cm (30 to 49 inches) annually (2, 3,6, 12).File Size: KB.

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Irrigation requirements for citrus can be 4 acre-feet per acre in the desert regions, acre-feet per acre in the Central Valley, and acre-feet per acre along the coast.

Irrigation System Design and Maintenance To meet the needs of citrus trees and to help save limited water, an irrigation system must be properly designed and evaluated.

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Young trees need deep, regular watering until they are established, which can take two or more years. Dig a basin around a newly planted citrus tree about 8 inches from the trunk and fill it with. Research from the University of Ari- zona has found that mature citrus trees use about 60 inches of water per year.

Depending on the size of the tree, this can correspond to as much as 17 gallons of water per day in the winter and gallons of water per day in the summer.

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The response of citrus to irrigation and salinity has been investigated in many countries growing this fruits. Most of the available information comes from the United States (California, Arizona. regional or irrigation district.

water balances, on how to adjust values for (i) bare spots and decreased plant vigor, and (ii) multiple crops on the same field. One of the main purposes of this publication is to provide California water users with crop/soil ET values that take into account regional environmental and management differences.

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Water use for a medium sized semi-dwarf fruit tree is about 16 gallons of water per day on a hot summer day on the coast of California without any fog influence ("/day). That same tree in the Sacramento or San Joaquin Valley would be about 19 gallons per day ("/day). cies, on-farm irrigation requirements, and project irrigation requirements.

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The California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS, http//), coordinated by the California Department of Water Resources, provides daily estimates of reference evapotranspiration for most production regions of California.

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