LINCOLN — Nebraska Extension will present a webinar on irrigation practices that can help increase profit and productivity on Thursday at noon.
With irrigation season soon to be here, it’s important for producers to consider irrigation strategies and technology that can make a positive impact on their operation. The webinar will share results from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s TAPS program related to the optimal amount of water that should applied during the growing season. It will also include a discussion about sensors and weather data, as well as the economics of using some of the latest technology.
The webinar will be presented by Matt Stockton, an agricultural economics specialist, Daran Rudnick, an agricultural water management specialist, and Chuck Burr, a water and cropping systems educator.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Testing Ag Performance Solutions (UNL-TAPS) hosts interactive real-life farm management competitions that evaluate profitability and input-use efficiency.
The webinar is part of a weekly series produced by the Farm and Ranch Management team in the Department of Agricultural Economics. Registration is free at https://farm.unl.edu/webinars.
— Nebraska Extension
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