How to maximize yields with the least amount of water
Replacing crop water use to a full point or field capacity is a common approach to irrigation scheduling. At least, that’s true in arid climates. But what if there’s a repeat chance of rain?
Uncertainty of rainfall amount and timing can impact how we approach irrigation water management. In humid regions, bringing the soil to full field capacity often means lost yield potential.
Brian Leib, Ph.D., from the University of Tennessee joins us in this guest webinar presentation to discuss a new approach to managing irrigation. He shares past studies and results using different irrigation treatments in soybean and cotton crops.