Drainage of irrigated lands

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Rome, 1995



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Table of contents

Partie 1   [853 Kb]

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION

Chapter 2 DRAINAGE AND CROP PRODUCTION

Partie 2   [792 Kb]

Chapter 3 DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

Chapter 4 FACTORS RELATED TO DRAINAGE

Chapter 5 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

Partie 3   [767 Kb]

Chapter 6 SURFACE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

Chapter 7 SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

Partie 4    [954 Kb]

Chapter 8 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

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