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Irrigation Management

Water Management for Soybeans Field Day (July 30)
Sensor Demonstration Flyer

Irrigation Sensor Demonstrations:
– Weakley/Gibson (August 1)
Weakley Sensor Demo
– Fayette Hardeman (August 2)
Fayette-Hardeman Sensor Demo

Managed Depletion Irrigation
Webinar (August 29)

Fruit & Vegetable Field Break Irrigation Webinar
Part 1
Part 2

Personal Page – Dr. Leib

Irrigation management is important to optimizing crop yield and sustainability, and irrigation decisions are influenced by rainfall patterns, crop growth stage and soil characteristics. The University of Tennessee has ongoing small plot demonstrations as well as on-farm, field scale research, utilizing best management irrigation strategies. The result of these research and extension effort is irrigation recommendations appropriate for Tennessee conditions (see publications below)

Access Real-time Sensor Demonstration Sites

Irrigation Water Management
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Soybean Irrigation Basics
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Cotton Irrigation Basics
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Links to Row Crop Irrigation Resources: