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A Trifecta of Water-Planning Tools


Fall is a good time for irrigators to plan future cropping systems, and K-State’s Mobile Irrigation Lab has a variety of online tools that can help.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – As fall progresses into winter and harvest comes to a close, crop producers might want to consider planning their future crop rotations, crop mixes and irrigation use. The increasing demand for water in the future gives producers an even greater obligation to efficiently use the resource while optimizing yields.  Read More

 

 
 

 
 

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Crop Water Allocator

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Crop Water AllocatorRecorded presentation on Crop Water Allocator during the "Managing Extended and Extreme Drought on the Farm and Ranch" workshop on January 9, 2014 at Garden City, KS (click slide to view)
 
 
 
 
 

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Contact Information
Dr. Jonathan Aguilar
Dr. Jonathan Aguilar
Water Resource Engineer / Extension Specialist
Southwest Research and Extension Center 4500 E. Mary St. Garden City, Kansas 67846
Phone : 620-275-9164
Fax : 620-275-6028
jaguilar@ksu.edu

Dr.  Isaya Kisekka
Dr. Isaya Kisekka
Irrigation Research Engineer
Southwest Research and Extension Center 4500 E. Mary St. Garden City, Kansas 67846
Phone : 620-275-9164
Fax : 620-276-6028
ikisekka@ksu.edu


Kent Shaw
Extension Assistant, MIL Project Coordinator
4500 E. Mary Garden City, KS 67846
Phone : 620-275-9164
Fax : 620-276-6028
lkshaw@ksu.edu