Irrigation Webinar Series
To register visit: https://events.anr.msu.edu/irrigation21/
Record from July 7
- Checkbook Irrigation scheduling concepts and tools – Dr. Younsuk Dong , MSU BAE-Irrigation Specialist.
- Checklist for Planning Irrigation Systems – Lyndon Kelley, MSU/Purdue Extension-Irrigation Educator.
- Opportunity to produce Annual Forage crop under irrigation? –Dr. Kim Cassida, MSU Forage Specialist.
- Irrigated Crop nitrogen management in a year with too much and too little water-Dr. James Camberato, Purdue University
Record from July 21
- Irrigating scheduling with the aid of soil moisture monitoring – Dr. Younsuk Dong , MSU BAE-Irrigation Specialist
- Where what and why do we irrigate in Michigan and Indiana – Lyndon Kelley, MSU/Purdue Extension Irrigation Educator
- Cover Crops and Irrigation - Dr. Dean Baas, MSU Extension Sustainable Ag Educator.
- Irrigating corn to minimize infection period for Tar Spot - Marty Chilvers, MSU Pathologist.
Record from August 4
- Monitoring leaf wetness duration to predict disease infection period– Dr. Younsuk Dong , MSU BAE Irrigation Specialist
- Irrigation water supply: how much water do I need? – Lyndon Kelley, MSU/Purdue Extension Irrigation Educator
- Irrigation of blueberries and other small fruit - Mark Longstroth, MSU Fruit Educator Emeritus
Record from August 18
- Past and forecasted crop water usage compared to rainfall for the last week and next week. (5 minutes)
- Ways to improve irrigation management and efficiency – Irrigation Specialist from MSU and Purdue (15 minutes)
- New and expanding irrigation considerations – Lyndon Kelley, MSU/Purdue Extension Irrigation Educator (15 minutes)
- Updates on irrigation topics related to field crops, vegetable, fruit and ornamental crops by MSU and Purdue specialists and extension educators (15 minutes)
Record from September 1
- Timing the last irrigation– Dr. Younsuk Dong , MSU BAE Irrigation Specialist
- Timing and designing your project for minimized cost – Lyndon Kelley, MSU/Purdue Extension Irrigation Educator
- Considering growing cereals under irrigation: opportunity to provide change in rotation, produce second crop soybeans or snaps, annual forage and better manage fertility and weeds - Dennis Pennington, MSU Wheat Production Specialist