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Irrigation Termination (Podcast)

Irrigation Termination (Podcast)

🕔15:29, 17.Aug 2021

From the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville, Drew talks with Jason and Tom about the art and science of irrigation termination.  They also discuss Drew’s on-farm research and demonstration program with sites across the Delta.

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MS Ag Industry Council – 2021 Row Crop Update

MS Ag Industry Council – 2021 Row Crop Update

🕔18:10, 14.Jul 2021

We welcome you to attend the Row Crop Update at the 2021 Mississippi Agricultural Industry Council Annual Convention. This event is hosted at Perdido Beach Resort in Orange Beach, Alabama on Wednesday, July 21 starting at 8:00am.

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How to Schedule Irrigation with Watermark Sensors

How to Schedule Irrigation with Watermark Sensors

🕔19:51, 25.Jun 2021

Irrometer Watermark Series: Irrigation Triggers http://extension.msstate.edu/publications/irrometer-watermark-series-irrigation-triggers  Introduction An irrigation trigger is the point at which an irrigation cycle starts. Starting too wet wastes water and energy, while starting too dry reduces yield. In this publication, we give guidance on how

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Improving Corn Yields by Better Timing your First Irrigation

Improving Corn Yields by Better Timing your First Irrigation

🕔10:22, 29.May 2021

Moisture sensors have shown we can generally do much better timing irrigation needs. The initial irrigation of corn offers considerable opportunity to improve efficiency which can also enhance yields. Regardless of whether you use sensors, we explain methods to help you make irrigation decisions and make more corn.

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How to Install Watermark Sensors

🕔16:25, 14.May 2021

Irrometer Watermark Series: Installation Procedures http://extension.msstate.edu/publications/irrometer-watermark-series-installation-procedures Publication Number: P3540 This publication series provides information and recommendations pertaining to the Irrometer Watermark 200SS, a granular matrix sensor commonly used in Mississippi for scheduling irrigation. Future publications will discuss other types of soil

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