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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • L913
    L913
    Managing Furrow Irrigation Systems

    Efficient irrigation requires almost filling the effective crop root zone each irrigation, applying water uniformly and by either minimizing or utilizing runoff.

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  • L912
    L912
    Surge Irrigation

    Surge valves can increase the overall efficiency of surface irrigation by increasing application uniformity & decreasing runoff & deep percolation. A surge valve controller may reduce labor.

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  • L914
    L914
    Using Evapotranspiration Reports for Furrow Irrigation Scheduling

    Using evapotrnspiration information is like a checkbook. ET is the amount of crop water withdrawal that must be balanced against water deposits of rainfall and irrigation, to control crop stress.

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  • MF2174
    MF2174
    Predicting the Final Irrigation for Corn, Grain Sorghum, and Soybeans

    To schedule final irrigation, the following information is needed: Current crop stage of growth. Predicted water use to maturity. Amount of usable water in root zone. Assume no rain occurs.

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  • MF1090
    MF1090
    Drip Irrigation for Vegetables

    Drip irrigation is a method of applying small amounts of water,often on a daily basis,to the plant’s root zone.

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