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Optimizing Overhead Irrigation Droplet Size for Six Mississippi Soils
Optimizing overhead irrigation practices will ensure that water loss is minimized, and each unit of water is used most effectively by the crop. In order to optimize overhead irrigation setup, a study was conducted over two years in Mississippi to quantify the optimal overhead irrigation duration and intensity for six soil types commonly found in row-crop production regions in the state. Each soil type was transferred to containers and measured for total water infiltration and water infiltrationdoi:10.3390/agronomy10040574 doaj:535a648945234fc4a28800ff142d2ea7 fatcat:fcutk4p3mffa7pnjhljbnn5wli