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Gallons of water per acre to equal an inch of rainfall
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milofarmer1
Posted 3/20/2017 18:11 (#5911966 - in reply to #5911960)
Subject: RE: Gallons of water per acre to equal an inch of rainfall



Farwell, TX/Pleasant Hill, NM (Western Panhandle)
Uuuumm, I'm not sure what you are asking, but when a crop needs X number of inches per acre for a given yield response, that is X inches all the way across in the soil.


Pivot systems here need certain amount of GPM per acre to keep up with demands for different crops. Drip is still the same inch requirements, but application is more efficient so less is lost to the atmosphere.


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