The Effect of Wetting Agents on Infiltration1
- R. E. Pelishek,
- J. Osborn and
- J. Letey2
Laboratory studies conducted on the effect of wetting agents on infiltration rates indicated that (1) a wetting agent can increase infiltration rates into hydrophobic soils but have either no effect or adverse effects on soils which are not particularly hydrophobic; (2) the wetting agents used in the study produced a beneficial residual effect; and (3) the wetting agent is not completely leached from thatch.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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