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38th Annual Missouri Irrigation Conference

Theme: Times when too much water may occur

Wednesday, February 2, 2005

309 Hearnes Center, Columbia, MO

Directions to 309 Hearnes Center

Session Moderator: Earl Vories, Irrigation Engineer, USDA/ARS
8:00 a.m.Evaluating Center Pivots in Missouri - Joe Henggeler, University of Missouri
8:20 a.m.Soybean Tolerance to Flooding by Variety & Stage of Growth - Gene Stevens, University of Missouri
8:50 a.m.2004 Irrigation Year Results - Ray Massey & Mary Sobba, University of Missouri
9:10 a.m.Using a Drainage System to both Drain & Sub-Irrigate Corn in MO - Gerald Bryan, University of Missouri
9:35 a.m.USDA’s Farm and Ranch Irrigation Survey (Missouri results) - Carl Scott, Missouri Agricultural Statistics
10:05 a.m.Breaks & Booths
10:15 a.m.Missouri Crop Outlook and New Farm Bill - Abner Womack, FAPRI, University of Missouri
11:00 a.m.Missouri Agriculture - Fred Ferrell, Director of Missouri Department of Agriculture
11:15 a.m.Lunch & Booths
12:50 p.m.Surface Drainage Problems in Fields - Kent Shannon, University of Missouri
1:20 p.m.Converting MO Weather Stations to Provide Real-time Weather Date - Pat Guinan, University of Missouri
1:30 p.m.Missouri Irrigation & Water Management Association, Inc.
1:45 p.m.Board of Directors of the Missouri Irrigation & Water Management Association, Inc.

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