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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • MF2870
    MF2870
    Kansas Center Pivot Survey

    Types of center pivot nozzle packages in use were observed from roads: field location, degree of rotation, number of spans, nozzle type, height, pressure regulation, etc.

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  • MF2868
    MF2868
    Irrigation Management for Alfalfa

    Alfalfa requires more water than any other Kansas crop. It is considered drought tolerant because it can use up to 70 percent of available soil water without undue stress. 8 p.

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  • MF2867
    MF2867
    Subsurface Drip Irrigation for Alfalfa

    Subsurface drip irrigation can improve yields with less water than other irrigation. Consider spacing and depth of driplines, water quality, root intrusion, and rodents. 8 p.

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  • EP143
    EP143
    Elk River Watershed Assessment: Preliminary Report

    Elk River Watershed is located in southeastern Kansas and drains areas of Elk and Montgomery counties with small drainage areas in Butler, Greenwood, Wilson, and Chatauqua counties.

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  • EP136
    EP136
    Oologah Watershed Assessment: Preliminary Report

    The Middle Verdigris watershed has been issued a Category I designation indicating that the watershed is in need of restoration and protection to sustain water quality.

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