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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • L935
    L935
    Important Agricultural Soil Properties

    It is important that producers understand how soil properties influence tillage, erosion, and irrigation. This publication explains the relationship between soil properties and water availability for crop production. 8-page, color.

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  • L934
    L934
    Agricultural Crop Water Use

    A number of factors influence crop water use. Understanding the cycle of crop water use, along with other factors affecting how much water is available to the plants, helps producers make wise decisions about irrigation. 12-page, color.

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  • L904
    L904
    Soil, Water and Plant Relationships

    Knowing how plants use water and how soil and water interact can help producers on irrigated farm ground make better management decisions. This publication helps farmers make the most of limited irrigation resources. 8-page, color.

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  • MF3110
    MF3110
    Agency Authority and Responsibilities for Water in Kansas

    Explains the various agencies with responsibilities for water use in Kansas. Includes a chart of responsibilities and contact information. 4-page, 2-color.

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  • MF3027
    MF3027
    Water Primer: Part 8, Irrigation Water

    Describes issues, trends, and developments in irrigation. 8-page, b/w.

    $0.90
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