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Our mission is to conserve water for future generations by collaborating to identify those agricultural production practices and technologies that, when integrated across farms and landscapes, will reduce the depletion of ground water while maintaining or improving agricultural production and economic opportunities.

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5th Annual TAWC Water College

Thursday - January 17, 2019
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
Lubbock, Texas

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13th Annual TAWC Field Day
Thursday - September 6, 2018
Floyd Co. Unity Center
Muncy, Texas

7 Certified Crop Adviser CEUs - 2 TDA CEUs

 

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Presentations from 2018 TAWC Field Day:

 

Using PET to Develop Water Management Strategies for Cotton - Bob Glodt, Agi-Search, Inc.

 

Policy and Market Outlook for Cotton and Agriculture - Darren Hudson, Combest Endowed Chair, TTU

 

Effects of Irrigation Timing and Rate on Cotton Boll Production - Glen Ritchie, Texas Tech University & Texas A&M AgriLife Research

 

Optimizing Water Utilizing Precision Irrigation Technology in West TX - Jeff Miller, ForeFront Agronomy

 

New Data Tools for Producers - Shawn Wade, Plains Cotton Growers

 

High Plains Underground Water District Update - Katherine Drury, HPWD

 

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University - Dean Bill Brown, CASNR Texas Tech

 

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Narrated by Dr. Rudy Ritz, this video delves into the TAWC's research demonstration program. Special thanks to the Texas Tech Agricultural Communications Department for producing this video.