• Published 2019

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@inproceedings{Heiser2019InterestedIP,
  title={Interested in publishing with us ? Contact book},
  author={Jim Heiser},
  year={2019}
}
Furrow irrigated rice is an alternative method for growing rice with less water and labor than conventional flood irrigation. In the Mississippi River Delta region, layflat plastic pipe is used to supply water to furrows from irrigation wells. Different size holes are punched in pipe to optimize uniformity of water distribution. Beds are made before planting to channel water down furrows. Rice seed is planted in rows with a grain drill. Water infiltration in furrows is two-dimensional through a… CONTINUE READING

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