This publication has emerged as a second result of the R&D project EARSAC (Effect of irrigation with reclaimed water on soils, aquifers and crops) developed, coordinated and financed by the Tragsa Group since 2011 in five pilot areas of the Balearic Islands.
In the format of a technological notebook, it consists of 62 pages and five chapters on the effects of irrigation with reclaimed water on crops, soils, storage7irrigation ponds and aquifers, ending with a series of conclusions and practical recommendations aimed especially at end users, as its title indicates.
The R&D project EARSAC has been developed by the Tragsa Group with the participation of important institutions such as CEBAS-CSIC, University of Balearic Islands (UIB), departments of Ecology and Soil Science, Amphos 21, Balearic Islands Biotechnology Institute (IBIB), etc.
Tragsa would like to thank the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAMA) of the Spanish Government, and in the Balearic Islands government the
Conselleria de Medi Ambient, Agricultura i Pesca, la Conselleria de Salut, del Institut Biotecnològic de les Illes Balears (IBIB) and the Irrigation Communities of the respective irrigation areas, as well as the participating authors and collaborators for their kind support.
TRAGSA, Madrid (Spain), 2020, February 12th