Don R. Davison

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Effect of irrigation amounts applied with subsurface drip irrigation on corn evapotranspiration, yield, water use efficiency, and dry matter production in a semiarid climate" (2008). Publications from USDA-ARS / UNL Faculty. Paper 199. a g r i c u l t u r a l w a t e r m a n a g e m e n t x x x (2 0 0 8) x x x – x x x Corn Maize Deficit irrigation Water(More)
Competition for water is becoming more intense in many parts of the U.S., including west‐central Nebraska. It is believed that reduced tillage, with more crop residue on the soil surface, conserves water, but the magnitude of water conservation is not clear. A study was initiated on the effect of residue on soil water content and corn yield at North Platte,(More)
A field study was conducted at North Platte, Nebraska in 2007–2009, imposing eight irrigation treatments, ranging from dryland to fully irrigated. Four of the eight treatments allowed for various degrees of water stress only after tasseling and silking. In 2007, corn yield ranged from 8.9 Mg ha−1 with a season total of 41 mm of irrigation water to 11.5 Mg(More)
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