BAEN Extension Irrigation Specialists conduct programs across the state related to irrigation scheduling, management and advances in equipment and technology.
The Irrigation Technology Center is a proposed facility for both urban and agricultural irrigation that will test and certify irrigation products, developed efficiency and performance standards, and provide education and applied research services for the industry as well as consumers.
For more information visit http://itc.tamu.edu
The School of Irrigation conducts research and educational programs supporting the Texas Irrigation Industry as well as offering continued education credits for the TCEQ Landscape Irrigation Program. Students can learn topics such as irrigation design, scheduling, drip irrigation, smart controllers, troubleshooting and auditing.
For more information visit http://irrigation.tamu.edu
Irrigation Scheduling & Management Programs
The TexasET Network is a collaboration of weather stations across the state. Irrigators can access daily ETo as well as weather information such as temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, wind speed and rainfall. Irrigators can calculate irrigation water requirements through the use of online calculators and have the ability to sign up for emailed weekly irrigation recommendations.
For more information about the TexasET Network visit http://texaset.tamu.edu
The Water Management website provides educational information and online tools to assist the public, producers, consultants, and researchers with irrigation scheduling and water management in the Texas High Plains. These tools include an irrigation scheduler to assist producers to manage irrigation applications and timing on individual farms/fields. A user can create a personalized profile to obtain detailed information to their specific operation. Parameters can be entered to create a customized irrigation scheduler to assist with production.
For more information about water management visit http://watermgmt.tamu.edu