Research Project

Irrigation response of soybean and cotton in different soils

Investigators: Gurbir Singh, Gurpreet Kaur, Himmy Lo

Funding Agency: NCAAR

Project Summary
There continues to be usage of and interest in sprinkler irrigation across the Mississippi Delta even though poly-pipe furrow irrigation is the most prevalent irrigation method. This project explores how sprinkler irrigation levels affect soil moisture sensor performance, crop yield, and farm profitability under soybean and cotton in soil types ranging from very fine sandy loam to clay. The findings are expected to result in recommendations both for texturally uniform fields and for texturally variable fields.
  • Crop Type:
  • Soybean
  • Cotton
  • Topic:
  • Irrigation Scheduling

Contact NCAAR

General Information
Kaye Sullivan
vfs23@msstate.edu
662.390.8510
F:662.390.8501

Showcase Demo
Drew Gholson, Coordinator
drew.gholson@msstate.edu
662.390.8505
Himmy Lo
himmy.lo@msstate.edu
662.686.3205