Minnesota: 2 Agronomic Research Virtual Field Days – Aug. 20, 27 Aug 11, 2020

🕔Aug 11, 2020
Two upcoming virtual field days will give farmers and agronomists the opportunity to learn about the latest agronomic research in central Minnesota from the comfort of their own home. U […]

Minnesota: Virtual Soil and Water Management Field Day, Aug. 13 Aug 7, 2020

🕔Aug 7, 2020
Soil and water management and conservation are the focus of the 7th Soil and Water Management Field Day being held virtually on Thursday, August 13. This program will run from […]

Texas Cotton: When Can You Shut Off Irrigation? Aug 6, 2020

🕔Aug 6, 2020
I know many are wondering when they can start backing off and even shutting down irrigation water over the next few weeks. Again, the nodes above white flower (NAWF) measurement […]

Mid-South Rice: Lack of Rain Puts Focus on Irrigation Aug 6, 2020

🕔Aug 6, 2020
Rice across the Mid-South is coming along strong this year, but, unfortunately, so is the grass.  Meanwhile, the rain has become sparse in recent months and many producers are focused […]

Minnesota: 5 Steps to Ensure Efficient Irrigation Management Jul 29, 2020

🕔Jul 29, 2020
High crop water demand and low rainfall at this time of the year make irrigation essential in many parts of Minnesota, especially in the Central Sands region. If you are […]

Mississippi: Irrigation Thresholds, Triggers, and Automation – Podcast Jul 27, 2020

🕔Jul 27, 2020
Drew sits down with Jason and Bobby to discuss the difference between irrigation thresholds and triggers, as well as an update on well automation during the busy irrigation season. http://extension.msstate.edu/sites/default/files/audio/drew%207-23-20.mp3

California Almonds: Regulated Deficit Irrigation – Is It Appropriate for Your Operation? Jul 27, 2020

🕔Jul 27, 2020
Regulated deficit irrigation is the practice of reducing irrigation to obtain some type of desired stress level. This practice is often used during the initiation of the hull-split period to […]

Georgia Cotton, Peanuts: Late July Irrigation Considerations Jul 24, 2020

🕔Jul 24, 2020
COTTON Cotton that was planted during May in Georgia should be squaring by now and approaching bloom, if it hasn’t already began blooming. Bloom occurs roughly 9 weeks after planting […]

A “Million-Dollar Rain”? Let’s Crunch The Numbers. Jul 23, 2020

🕔Jul 23, 2020
The farmers around the coffee shop used to call it $1 million rain, a nice, even 1-inch or greater rainfall at a very crucial point in corn or soybean production. […]

Mississippi Corn: When Should You Terminate Irrigation – Podcast Jul 23, 2020

🕔Jul 23, 2020
Dr. Erick Larson and Corn Verification Program assistant Mr. Nolan Stapleton discuss one of the most important decisions yet to make – which is when can we terminate irrigation in […]

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