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MSU Extension Water Quality Program
P.O. Box 173120
Bozeman, MT 59717-3120

Tel: (406) 994-7381
Fax: (406) 994-3933
Location: Marsh Labs 02
waterquality@montana.edu


Extension Associate Specialist:
W. Adam Sigler
Associates:
Katie Kleehammer Affiliates:
James Bauder

About Us

Irrigation Management

Resources for farmers, ranchers, and irrigators that promote and enhance agronomic production in the Northern Plains and Mountains region, while protecting valuable water resources.

Alfalfa Production

Making a Ton of Hay!

Potassium and Calcium in Alfalfa Hay

Irrigating Alfalfa - Some Guidelines

Alfalfa Seed Production: Not an Easy Task, Except by Accident

Early Season Irrigation Strategies

The Effects of Irrigation Water Quality, Temperature and Length of Flooding on Alfalfa Production

High Volume, Low Frequency Irrigation vs. Low Volume, High Frequency Irrigation

Alfalfa Variety Selection

Wheat Production

Growing 100 Bushel Wheat!

Ripping Winter Wheat: A Peculiar But Effective Winter Wheat Strategy

Boosting Protein with Midseason N Application: It Has Risks, But It Seems to Work

Wheat Irrigation

Other Crops

Sugarbeet Agronomy 101

The Right Strategy for Irrigating Your Canola Crop

Potatoes: An Alternative to Consider

Irrigation Tools

Atmometers: A Simple, Site Specific Tool for Irrigation Scheduling

Paul Brown Soil Moisture Probes, Bucket Augers, and Other Useful Tools

Irrigation Scheduling: Evaporation Pans Still Work!

On-Farm Irrigation Scheduling With Agrimet

Automatic Soil Moisture Monitors and Agrimet: Dynamic Tools for Irrigation Scheduling

Conversion Tables for Automatic Soil Moisture Monitors - Shallow Rooted Crops

Conversion Tables for Automatic Soil Moisture Monitors - Deep Rooted Crops

PAM (Polyacrylimide)

PAM: Just the Facts

Summer 2000 PAM Trials on Buffalo Rapids and the Milk River

Soil Carbon Sequestration

Soil Carbon Sequestration: Farm Management Practices Can Affect Greenhouse Gases

Additional Links

Agronomy Notes

Montana State University Extension Publications Catalog

Montana State University Extension Service Directory

Montana Association of Conservation Districts

Montana Department of Environmental Quality

Montana Natural Resources Conservation Service

Montana Bureau of Land Management

USGS Water Resources of Montana

Environmental Protection Agency

CSREES National Water Quality Web Site

 

 

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