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View Resource Crop Water Use in Western Nebraska

This web site, presented by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, provides information on average weekly crop water use values for the major crops grown in Western Nebraska. The information is best used for planning decisions before the season begins or for long term irrigation system planning. Containing both graphs and data sets, the page provides solid statistical evidence behind the...

View Resource Crop Water Use

This resource from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations focuses on crop water use. The diagrams and explanations provided here show the influence of climate on crop water needs, the influence of crop type on crop water needs and how to calculate crop water needs.

View Resource Crop Evapotranspiration - Guidelines for Computing Crop Water Requirements

This publication presents an updated procedure for calculating reference and crop evapotranspiration from meteorological data and crop coefficients. The procedure, first presented in the FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper No. 24 'Crop Water Requirements', is termed the 'Kc ETo' approach, whereby the effect of the climate on crop water requirements is given by the reference evapotranspiration ETo...

View Resource University of Arizona: Harvesting Rainwater for Landscape Use

In arid climates, such as the Southwestern United States, "rainfall is scarce and evapotranspiration rates are high." This type of climate often makes the practice of "water harvesting" necessary for sustaining plant life in the area. This site contains an archived publication titled "Harvesting Rainwater for Landscape Use" by Patricia H. Waterfall, an Extension Agent at the University of...

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