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TAWC 2018 Water College Presentations

Utilizing Variable Rate Irrigation Technology in West Texas Cotton
Jeff Miller, Forefront Agronomy & Lloyd Arthur, TAWC Producer

When Less is More: Soil Management for Ideal Water Infiltration
RN Hopper, TAWC Producer

From Field to Fabric-Wrangler's Commitment to Healthy Soils
Roian Atwood, Director of Sustainability, Wrangler

Improving Corn Water Use with Hybrid Selection: trait evaluation
for both dryland and limited irrigated systems
Dr. Jourdan Bell, Assistant Professor, Agronomist, Texas A&M AgriLife

Upcoming Weather Patterns
Brian Bledsoe, Chief Meteorologist & Climatologist, Colorado Springs, Co.

Overview of Texas Water Law
Tiffany Dowell Lashmet, Esquire, Extension Specialist, Agricultural Law with
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

Update from Texas Water Development Board
Kathleen Jackson, Texas Water Development Board

Profit Potential Using Split Pivot Irrigation Strategies in Cotton Production
Bob Glodt, AgriSearch Consulting & Layton Schur, TAWC Producer

Grower Perspective of Various Irrigation Systems
Glenn Schur, TAWC Producer

West Texas Mesonet - Useful Tools to Aid Producers
Wesley Burgett, Operations Manager, West Texas Mesonet,
Texas Tech University

2018 TAWC Water College Handout Full Page Book (with Navigation)

2018 TAWC Water College Handout Condensed

Presentated Posters

Recruiting for Water College: Identifying Agricultural Producers'
Communication Channels and Influencers

Economic Advantages of Soil Moisture Probes on the Texas Southern High Plains

The Relationship Between Familiarity with the Texas Alliance for Water Conservation and Use of Water Conservation Behaviors

Profitability of 2 and 2 skip row planting

Using forages to conserve water in semi-arid irrigated cropping systems

Comparison of productivity and efficiency of grass-only and grass-legume beef stocker grazing systems

The Development of a Water College to Encourage Adoption of Irrigation Management Practices

Fractionating Rainfall into Vegetative Interception and Soil Infiltration in Perennial Grassland

Comparison of Center Pivot Low Elevation Spray and Low Energy Precision Application of Irrigation on Cotton in the Texas Southern High Plains

TAWC Presentations

Cotton - Field to Gin, Presented to Bayer Group August 2017 - Rick Kellison & Dr. Donna Mitchell

Cotton - Field to Gin, Presented at Kingpins Denim Days - presented by Rick Kellison

An Economic Analysis to Determine the Feasibility of Groundwater Supplementation from the Dockum Aquifer  - presented by Dr. Donna Mitchell

Demonstrated Water Conservation Technologies - presented by Rick Kellison at the Oklahoma Irrigation Conference

Linking Climate to Groundwater Conservation - presented by Dr. Chuck West

Water Footprint in High Plains Agriculture - presented by Dr. Chuck West

Potential Evapotranspiration: A practical approach to irrigating cotton - presented by Bob Glodt

Irrigating by the numbers and understanding the parameters - presented by Bob Glodt

Potential evapotranspiration: what atmospheric factors determine the daily conversion of liquid water to water vapor resulting in water loss from surface water and soil-plant system - presented by Dr. Dan Krieg

Water Supply & Demand - presented by Dr. Dan Krieg

 A Background of The Texas Alliance for Water Conservation - presented by Rick Kellison

Limited Water Supply Management - presented by Dan Krieg

Scheduling Cotton Irrigation 60% PET - presented by Bob Glodt

LEPA vs LESA Analysis on Cotton - presented by Rick Kellison