Green light given to nine agricultural projects steeped in stewardship.
Using root mass diameter to appropriately determine wetting pattern will help you improve growth rate and yields.
Though very much-needed, technological solutions must be cost-effective and industry appropriate.
As the adage goes, “ability is availability” as so it goes for water.
The Colorado grower discusses how water issues have changed which crops they grow where, and raises the idea of leasing water rights during droughts replacing crop income.
A new study hints that tapping into storm water during dry years does more than increase water table levels.
Projects that focus on drought stress, flooding, water quality, and postharvest use are among awardees.
Navajo Agricultural Products Industry’s Crop Manager Amanda Kerr shares her method to ensure the operation is always as prepared as possible for a drought.
St. Johns River Water Management District cost-share funding would support implementation of conservation-minded practices and technologies.
Imagine yourself in this nightmare scenario: At the height of the season, the pipeline that carries water from […]
As the agency considers scaling back the water rule, states are asked to define protected waters.
Tom Nassif of Western Growers objects to a recent announcement that some in California’s Central Valley received only a 65% initial water allocation, while other growers in the region received 100%.
Editor’s note: Spencer Cooper joined the Almond Board of California last fall as Senior Manager, Irrigation and Water […]
Pressure management is key to successfully operating drip systems because getting the pressure right will assure that you are getting the water right.
Washington State Department of Ecology alleges grower supplied inaccurate water use figures, illegally irrigated two berry farms.
Fleshing out of technology developed by University of Florida scientists shows what methods yield the best results.
UF/IFAS’ FAWN resource continues to enhance and introduce new tools, allowing growers to be better prepared for what Mother Nature has in store.