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CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED AS-APPLIED IRRIGATION


Y UPDA AS-APPLIED IRRIGATION HISTORIC, CURRENT AND HISTORIC, CURRENT AND FORECASTED EFFECTIVE RAINFALL FORECASTED EFFECTIVE RAINF


CROP TYPES, HYBRIDS, PLANTING DA HYBRIDS, PLANTING DATES


CROP TYPES,


HOURLY CROP EVAPOTRANSPIRATION


ROOT ZONE CANOPY


ROOT ZONE CANOPY


SOILW


AVAILABLE SOIL WATER


DYNAMICALLY TRACKS CROP DEVELOPMENT AND YIELD SENSITIVITY


DEEP DEEP


PERCOLATION AND DRAINAGE


MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF DATA HARNESSED


CLOUD COMPUTING CAPABILITY


SIMPLE RECOMMENDATIONS


WHEN, WHERE AND HOW MUCH Using technology to simplify irrigation science


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support solutions also have demonstrated substantial financial returns for growers, as well as environmental benefits. One such case study conducted during the 2016 growing season compared two adjacent fields in Nebraska. Both were planted on the same date using the same corn hybrid. The fields had the same soil type, proven yield potential and nutrient and chemical applications. On the control field, the farmer used his traditional methods of determining when and how much to irrigate. On the test field, the irrigation was managed remotely using an irrigation management decision support solution. Both fields were harvested on the same date using the same combine with a calibrated GPS yield monitor to analyze the results.


In the end, the field utilizing irrigation scheduling methods from the decision support solution produced a 3 percent yield increase while using 17 percent less water, which resulted in a $35-per-acre


profit increase – or a seven bushel-per-acre yield advantage, while using 9.25 million less gallons of water.


The results these smart irrigation management decision support solutions deliver are powering the next wave of improved irrigation efficiency.


Brian Magnusson joined Lindsay Corporation in


2015 as vice president of irrigation technology and is currently also responsible for global irrigation


marketing and product management. Brian grew up on a farm in eastern Nebraska and holds a Bachelor of Science in agricultural engineering


from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.


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