Irrigation in North Dakota
Publisher: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of North Dakota, in cooperation with the Bureau of Reclamation, the United STates Dept. of the Interior in [Grand Forks]
Written in English
- North Dakota,
- North Dakota.
- Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- North Dakota.,
- Irrigation -- North Dakota.,
- North Dakota -- Industries.
|Statement||by Samuel C. Kelley, Jr., Theodore Levitt [and] Harold O. Staus.|
|Series||North Dakota economic studies,, no. 2|
|Contributions||Kelley, S. C.|
|LC Classifications||HD1775.N9 N6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||54063048|
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Irrigation in North Dakota Irrigation has always been considered an important part of the social and economic development of North Dakota. Irrigation allows consistent growth of long season crops (corn, alfalfa and potatoes), provides a consistent source of forage for animal agriculture and improves the economic viability of many farms.
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14 --Lands. 15 --Products of irrigated lands. 17 --History of irrigation development in North Dakota. 20 --Irrigation enterprises. 21 --Laws governing the control and use of water in North Dakota. 28 --Settlement of lands under irrigation systems. The checkbook method of scheduling enables irrigation farm managers to monitor a field's daily soil water balance (in terms of inches of soil water deficit), which can be used to plan the next irrigation.
Download the spreadsheet. Following is the spreadsheet version of the North Dakota-Minnesota checkbook method, as well as a user manual. Commercial Suppliers Of A Broad Range Of Drip Irrigation Products For Fruit/orchard Groves, Golf Courses, Tree/sod Farms Including Valves, Plastic Pipe, Pumps, Tubing, Hose, Etc.
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North Dakota Water History Book The North Dakota Water Education Foundation published North Dakota Water: A Century of Challenge.
The details, chronologies and factual information needed to tell this story was complied through research, interviews, and utilization of existing materials. The cost of this publication is $5. Call to get your copy today. Get this from a library.
Missouri River, Buford-Trenton irrigation district, North Dakota: reconnaissance report. [United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Omaha District.;] -- "A reconnaissance-level evaluation of the aggradation-related problems in the Buford-Trenton Irrigation District at the upstream end of Lake Sakakawea on the Missouri River in North Dakota.".
I nstalling an irrigation system on a piece of land requires a great deal of planning and a significant financial investment. Before any irrigation equipment, including equipment to drill the production well, can be placed on the land, you will need an irrigation permit from the North Dakota State Water Commission.
The North Dakota Irrigation Association (NDIA) is a non-profit, statewide organization composed of irrigators, potential irrigators, irrigation equipment dealers and suppliers, processors, energy suppliers, irrigation districts, businesses and other supporters of irrigation and economic development in North Dakota.
It was reorganized in by a merger of the North Dakota Irrigation Caucus. The North Dakota State Water Commission used Geographic Information System software to apply the irrigation classifications to digitized soil survey information, creating a color coded map which can be used to determine the classification of a mapped soil - which .