txH2O asked Dr. Dave Brauer and Dr. Meagan Schipanski to talk about the Ogallala Aquifer Program and the Ogallala Water Coordinated Agriculture Project.
Researchers develop irrigation scheduling tools to help producers manage water
Low pressure center pivot ages gracefully with technology advances, widespread adoption
In the Ogallala Aquifer region, one size (of farming) doesn’t fit all
Texas Panhandle agronomist
Researchers help farmers conserve water with field days
Cultivating cross-state collaboration and conversation
An engineer’s engineer
txH2O talked to a few producers about what it is like farming on a declining water resource.
A collaborative research effort to accelerate the development of efficient irrigation technologies
Studies examine link between health of Ogallala Aquifer and region’s economy
Targeting the agricultural water users in the North Texas area, the Master Irrigator program began in 2016 that focuses on conserving irrigation.