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Salinity and drainage are well entrenched problems of irrigated agriculture, applied globally across a wide range of geographic and cultural conditions. Two primary causes are inappropriate irrigation water management and delayed construction of an adequate drainage system. Long term perspectives are necessary in dealing with governance and institutional consistencies in water management. Successes elsewhere may be examples for California. Toxic trace elements in drainage water, including selenium, are not unique to the San Joaquin Valley. Lessons California learned may be a unique contribution to the international body of knowledge about the sustainability of irrigated agriculture because it was the first situation where potential environmental catastrophe caused by irrigation involved the toxic trace element.
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