W-3128: Scaling Microirrigation Technologies to Address the Global Water Challenge


Objectives

  1. Develop robust and appropriately-scaled methods of irrigation scheduling using one or more soil, plant or weather-based approaches

  2. Develop microirrigation designs and management practices that can be appropriately scaled to site-specific characteristics and end-user capabilities

  3. Develop technology transfer products for a diversity of stakeholders to promote adoption of microirrigation

Maintenance of Microirrigation Systems Overview


Administrative Advisor:
Steven Loring, Ph.D.

Associate Director
Agricultural Experiment Station
New Mexico State University
Phone: (575) 646-3125
Fax: (575) 646-2816
sloring@nmsu.edu

W-3128 Annual Work Meeting:

December 3-4, 2018
Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center
300 E Ocean Blvd | Long Beach, CA 90802

Conference Contact: Rhuanito Ferrarezi, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Citrus Horticulture
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida
Indian River Research and Education Center
2199 South Rock Road
Fort Pierce, FL 34945-3138
Office: (772) 577-7376
Mobile: (706) 201-4909
rferrarezi@ufl.edu


Sand Media Filters

Wetting Front for
Drip-Irrigated Onions

Comparison - Drip-Irrigated Onion
Field in the Center


If you note any errors in this website, or have information to contribute, or have any difficulty obtaining information about the W-3128 working group, please contact:

Dr. Clinton C. Shock | OSU Malheur Agricultural Experiment Station
595 Onion Avenue | Ontario, OR 97914 | Phone: (541) 889-2174 | Fax: (541) 889-7831 | clinton.shock@oregonstate.edu