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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • MF2849
    Kansas Irrigation Trends

    Over the years, the shift in irrigation system type from flood irrigation to center pivot irrigation has resulted in improved use of irrigation water in Kansas. This publication provides an overview of these irrigation trends in Kansas and how they relate to yields for a number of crops. Revised for 2023. 8 pages, color.

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  • SRL144
    Understanding the Perceptions of Producers Regarding the Ogallala Aquifer Use: A Survey Report

    This survey asked producers in the Ogallala aquifer how they view their role in groundwater use, what they see as consequences of groundwater depletion, and why they believe groundwater should be conserved. Producers were also asked about their worldviews and values. Together, these questions help provide an understanding of the cultural state of the Ogallala aquifer, especially as it pertains to groundwater use. 12 pages, color.

  • MF3608
    Interpreting and Using Center Pivot Sprinkler Designs

    Information on how to read an irrigation system operator's manual. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF3562
    Planning Stream Buffers

    Describes the environmental benefits of stream buffers, perennial vegetation near streams. Trees, shrubs, grasses, and other plants help to stabilize the banks of streams. Plants near streams can reduce erosion and filter out pollutants. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF2316
    Planning and Designing Cattle Feedlots

    Construction of a new feedlot or expansion of an existing feedlot requires adequate planning and design to maintain the feedlot’s efficiency and profitability. Planning and design information will aid feedlot owners and operators to improve and develop facilities to address human, cattle, and environmental issues, and will result in safe, efficient, and productive feedlots. 12 pages, color.

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