2 edition of Irrigation farming in Southern Alberta found in the catalog.
|Statement||by K.W. Hill and A.E. Palmer|
|Series||Canada. Dept. of Agriculture. publication -- no. 883.|
|Contributions||Palmer, A. E., Canada. Dept. of Agriculture|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
Western Irrigation District - Formation. -- -- Consists of correspondence about, and the agreement between, Canadian Pacific Railway and the Western Irrigation District regarding transfer of land. Includes rough draft of the agreement. M Western Irrigation District - Formation. -- Chris Nicol. U of L study the first to examine the use of precision agriculture in irrigation farming in Alberta. A new study by Drs. Lorraine and Chris Nicol shows irrigators in southern Alberta are seeing benefits from precision agriculture. Dr. Dorothy Lampard .
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Irrigation in Alberta There are 13 irrigation districts in southern Alberta providing water to 1, assessed acres of farmland. The infrastructure within these irrigation districts is comprised of approximately 7, kilometres of conveyance system, of which kilometres are owned and operated by Alberta Environment and Parks.
ADAPTING THE ENVIRONMENT. RANCHING, IRRIGATION, AND DRY LAND FARMING IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, A. DEN OTTER. For centuries the nutntlous grasses of the southwestern fringe of the Canadian prairies supported an abundance of game, providing ample food for its nomadic peoples.
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Still, it must be remembered that despite irrigation much of southern Alberta settlement was for dryland farming, therefore the agricultural industry was subject to nature’s fickle disposition. During the s exceptionally dry years followed one another in succession.
The situation intensified during the Great Depression in thes. Author(s) H. Bjornlund, & W. Abstract. Sustainable irrigation Alberta perspectives H. Bjornlund1,2 & W. Xu1 1University of Lethbridge, Canada 2University of South Australia, Australia Abstract The problem of water scarcity is emerging in Southern Alberta, and the environment starts to feel its : H.
Bjornlund, W. Inagriculture accounted for around % of Alberta’s GDP. Total production of major crops was estimated to be million ton in (Statistics Canada) or around 5, kg per person per year. Wheat remains the largest crop, with production estimated at around 9 million tones, followed by barley and canola in Wheat, barley and.
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Stirling is a village in the County of Warner No. 5, Alberta, Canada. The village is located on Highway 4, approximately 31 km (19 mi) southeast of Lethbridge and 72 km (45 mi) northwest of the Canada–US border. The Village of Stirling is also referred to as Stirling Agricultural Village due to its designation as a National Historic Site of Country: Canada.
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