Evapotranspiration and Soil Water Depletion Under 4 Irrigation Treatments in the OK Panhandle

April 2021 | 14 min., 38 sec.
by Jason Warren
Oklahoma State University

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​This webcast presents data from 2 years of efforts to evaluate cotton's yield response to irrigation in the Oklahoma Panhandle. During this period, the short growing season limited the yield response and resulted in the lowest irrigation rates to provide the highest-quality cotton and optimum return.

About the Presenter

Jason Warren is the Oklahoma Soil and Water Conservation/Management Extension Specialist. His Extension program focuses on evaluating and demonstrating conservation management practices with respect to their impact on agronomic productivity and economic viability as well as Oklahoma's soil and water resources.

Contact Information:
Email: jason.warren@okstate.edu


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