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Proceedings of the 2004 Central Plains Irrigation Conference

Kearney, Nebraska, February 17-18

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Center Pivot Design and Evaluation
Dale Heermann
1
Using CPNOZZLE for Sprinkler Package Selection
Bill Kranz
16
Corn Production as Related to Irrigation Capacity
Freddie Lamm
23
Irrigation Management Strategies for Corn to Conserve Water
Steve Melvin, Jose Payero, Norm Klocke and Joel Schneekloth
37
Determining Crop Mixes For Limited Irrigation
Joel Schneekloth, Dennis Kaan and James Pritchett
45
Sprinkler Package Water Loss Comparisons
Terry Howell
54
Impact of Wide Drop Spacing and Sprinkler Height for Corn Production
C. Dean Yonts, Freddie Lamm, Bill Kranz, Jose Payero and Derrel Martin
69
Improving Center Pivot Performance to Increase Surface Water System Efficiency
Marcia Trompke
77
Key Considerations for a Successful Subsurface Drip Irrigation SDI System
Danny Rogers and Freddie Lamm
87
Subsurface Drip Irrigation in Nebraska
Jose Payero
93
Availability of Climate Data for Water Management
Ken Hubbard
105
Tools to Use for Water Management
C. Dean Yonts, Danny Rogers, and Joel Schneekloth
118
KanSched - An ET-Based Irrigation Scheduling Tool for Kansas Summer Annual Crops Supply
Gary Clark, Danny Rogers, and Steven Briggeman,
120
Environmental Quality Incentive Program
Allen Gehring
129
Water Savings from Crop Residue in Irrigated Corn
Norman Klocke
133
Saving Water and Energy – Crop Residue Management
David Shelton
142
Pumping Plant Efficiency – How Much Extra are You Paying
Thomas Dorn
152
Current Drought Conditions and Scenarios for this Winter
Allen Dutcher
158
Nebraska Water Policy Task Force
Ann Bleed
162