On this page, you’ll find an overview of irrigation techniques and how irrigation fits into the U.S. agriculture landscape.
Northwest Ohio Farmer, James Widman built his own variable rate spreader.
Imagine being able to apply variable-rate liquid nitrogen through a center pivot irrigation system while, at the same time, varying the amount of water being applied.
Forward-thinking farmers that depend on the Ogallala Aquifer are using high tech solutions to reduce water usage. From Successful Farming Television Episode 1005, originally aired January 19, 2017
research answers questions about milo’s yieldability under deficit irrigation.
plugged or worn nozzles jeopardize water distribution threatening bushels.
research is establishing a fast way to determine crop water needs.
They are ideal for rented ground or areas near power lines.