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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • MF857
    MF857
    Nitrate and Groundwater

    Nitrate & nitrite can have both immediate and long-term health effects. Nitrate is a common contaminant in ground-water. 28% of farmstead wells are above the nitrate standard.

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  • MF2316
    MF2316
    Planning Cattle Feedlots

    Goals: Minimize animal & worker stress, feed cattle in an adequate & efficient manner, provide well drained cattle space, efficient & profitable feeding, & protect surrounding environment.

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  • L795
    L795
    Soil Water Measurements: An Aid to Irrigation Water Management

    Outlines how soil water measurements can be used in irrigation water management: GRAVIMETRIC SAMPLING, APPEARANCE AND FEEL TEST, TENSIOMETERS, ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE PROBES, NEUTRON PROBE. 4-page.

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  • MF1040
    MF1040
    Useful Conversions and Formulas

    Provides information on conversions and formulas of irrigation.

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  • L910
    L910
    Kansas Water Supplies

    Kansas has an annual water budget of about 42 trillion gallons. 94 percent of this is from precipitation, other sources being stream flow into the state and withdrawals from groundwater reserves.

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