Nebraska Agricultural Water Management Network (NAWMN)

Agricultural Production NAWMN

Nebraska Agricultural Water Management Network (NAWMN)

The Nebraska Agricultural Water Management Network (NAWMN) project is designed to enable technology implementation in production fields to enhance agricultural water and crop production efficiency. The Network brings together groweres, UNL Extension, NRDs, NRCS, and crop consultants, and other interested partners to work on adoption of water and energy conservation practices. The Network functions are based on scientific research conducted by Dr. Suat Irmak in different locations for different cropping systems. 

Project Leader: Dr. Suat Irmak (Email: sirmak2@unl.edu; Phone: 402-472-4865)

Key contributors: 
Jenny Rees (Email: jenny.rees@unl.edu; Phone: 402-362-5508)
Aaron Nygren (Email: anygren2@unl.edu; Phone: 402-352-3821)
Randy Pryor (Email: rpryor1@unl.edu; Phone: 402-821-2151)
Brandy VanDeWalle (Email: brandy.vandewalle@unl.edu; Phone: 402-759-3712)
Gary Zoubek 

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