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:

November 5-6, 2017
Orlando, FL

Conference Contact: Pete Jacoby, Ph.D.

Professor of Plant Ecology
Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
Washington State University
Office: (509) 335-3495
Mobile: (509) 475-7630
jacoby@wsu.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