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Irrigated Agriculture

High Residue Farming under Irrigation Publications

By Andrew McGuire

EM071 High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: What and Why provides an overview of high residue farming (HRF), including its benefits and challenges. It also discusses some special considerations for high residue farming in the irrigated agriculture regions of the far western United States.

EM072 High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Crop Rotation covers choosing a cropping sequence, specific cover crops, and special considerations for irrigated cropping systems in the far western United States.

EM073 High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Residue Management through Planting explains how to plant crops into high residue conditions with a planter or drill. It covers residue management, planter and drill modification, and soil fertility adjustments.

EM074 High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Pest Management Considerations gives an overview of the effects of adopting HRF on the management of weeds, insects, and diseases.

EM036 High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Strip-till covers the benefits, challenges, and implementation of strip-till planting. This particular high residue farming system combines some of the benefits of clean tillage systems with those of high residue cover.

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