Proceedings for 2005 Central Plains Irrigation Conference,

Sterling, Colorado, Feb 16-17

 

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ESTIMATING SOIL SALINITY USING REMOTE SENSING DATA..................................................................................................... 1

Luis Garcia, Ahmed Eldeiry and Ayman Elhaddad

ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF ET-BASED IRRIGATION SCHEDULING........................................................................ 11

Troy. Bauder

IMPROVING IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY................................................................................................................................................ 17

Gerald Buchleiter

CROP RESIDUE AND SOIL WATER EVAPORATION....................................................................................................................... 22

Norm Klocke

CROP RESIDUE AND SOIL WATER..................................................................................................................................................... 29

David Nielsen

DRIP AND EVAPORATION...................................................................................................................................................................... 33

Steven Evett, Paul Colaizzi, and Terry Howell

WATER MANAGEMENT FOR SUGARBEET AND DRY BEAN....................................................................................................... 40

Dean Yonts

RESPONSE OF IRRIGATED SUNFLOWERS TO WATER TIMING................................................................................................ 44

Joel Schneekloth

SUMMER CROP PRODUCTION AS RELATED TO IRRIGATION CAPACITY.............................................................................. 51

Freddie Lamm and Loyd Stone

DETERMINING CROP MIXES FOR LIMITED IRRIGATION.............................................................................................................. 68

Joel Schneekloth, Dennis Kaan and James Pritchett

IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR CORN TO CONSERVE WATER................................................................... 76

Steve Melvin

PATHWAYS TO EFFECTIVE APPLICATIONS.................................................................................................................................... 84

Terry Howell and Steve Evett

IMPACT OF WIDE DROP SPACING AND SPRINKLER HEIGHT FOR CORN PRODUCTION................................................. 99

Dean Yonts, Freddie Lamm, Bill Kranz, Jose Payero and Derrel Martin

INFLUENCE OF NOZZLE PLACEMENT ON CORN GRAIN YIELD, SOIL MOISTURE,

AND RUNOFF UNDER CENTER PIVOT IRRIGATION.................................................................................................................... 107

Joel Schneekloth and Troy. Bauder

KEY CONSIDERATIONS FOR A SUCCESSFUL SUBSURFACE DRIP IRRIGATION (SDI) SYSTEM................................. 113

Danny Rogers and Freddie Lamm

SUBSURFACE DRIP IRRIGATION IN COLORADO........................................................................................................................ 119

Mike Bartolo

COMPARISON OF SPRAY, LEPA, AND SDI FOR COTTON AND GRAIN SORGHUM IN THE TEXAS PANHANDLE ... 123

Paul Colaizzi, Steve Evett, and Terry Howell

CENTER PIVOT EVALUATION AND DESIGN................................................................................................................................. 137

Dale Heermann

USING CPNOZZLE FOR SPRINKLER FOR SPRINKLER PACKAGE SELECTION............................................................... 152

Bill Kranz

 

 

 
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