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More not necessarily better in corn irrigation

Feb 3, 2012
Last summer, Kenny, along with AgriLife Extension agents in five counties, cooperated on the “Efficient Profitable Irrigation in Corn,” or EPIC project, as it is known to producers. The project is a result-demonstration effort conducted by AgriLife Extension and funded primarily by the North Plains Groundwater Conservation District.

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