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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by agrostis, May 25, 2013.
Send it this way. Been raining here for a week.
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So if this guy has 9000 head of cattle @ 12 gallon's a day, that equal's 38,880,000 gallon's a year. Now i know that those circular walking ag irrigation system's are mighty big, but just how much water is required for one crop of corn ?
It generally ranges from 15-25 inches, however it is obviously highly variable. Here is a doc on the irrigation requirements of corn in Nebraska.
Thank's for that info. I was under the impression that there was a standard length for center pivot's, i see now that that isn't even close to true, there are some oversea's that are over a mile long. What's the average length in your area?
Don't have any center pivot in my area. Furrow and drip pretty much dominates.
Real lot in Northern Maine for potato farms. Most average bout 1/4 mile