Sugarbeet Irrigation Management Using Watermark Moisture Sensors
December 31, 2006
Overwatering of sugar beets is common and that's unfortunate, because it allows root disease to flourish. Reduce its possibility by learning about soil moisture sensors — how to install and use them to schedule irrigations more efficiently. Whether you rely on furrow or sprinkler irrigation, the color photography, instructive text and irrigation management case study results provided will leave you with the best practices to get you the results you need.
Authors: Steven Reddy, Jerry Neufeld, John Gallian, Howard Neibling, Jason Ellsworth, Stanley Gortsema