W-2128, Microirrigation for Sustainable Water Use


Objectives

  1. Compare irrigation scheduling technologies and develop grower-appropriate scheduling products
  2. Develop design, management and maintenance recommendations
  3. Develop best management practices for application of agrochemicals
  4. Evaluate use of non-potable water through microirrigation

Annual Meeting - Microirrigation for Sustainable Water Use

November 14-16, 2013
Denver, Colorado
Contact Axel Garcia, (307)754-2223

Project Description and Information at WAAESD

Maintenance of Microirrigation Systems

Minutes from Previous Meetings

Minutes of the 2012 meeting
Minutes of the 2011 meeting
Minutes of the 2010 meeting
Presentations from the 2010 meeting
Minutes of the 2009 meeting





Sand media filters

Wetting front for drip irrigated onions

Drip irrigated onion field in the center of the picture

Administrative Adviser: Steven Loring Ph.D.
Associate Director
Agricultural Experiment Station
New Mexico State University
MSC 3BF, PO Box 30003
Las Cruces, NM 88003 USA
Phone: (575)646-3125
Fax: (575)646-2816
Email: sloring@nmsu.edu

If you note any broken links or errors in this web site or have information to contribute or difficulty obtaining information about the W-2128 working group, please contact

Dr. Clinton C. Shock
Malheur Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University
595 Onion Avenue
Ontario, OR 97914
(541) 889-2174
FAX (541) 889-7831
clinton.shock@oregonstate.edu