California is experiencing unprecedented drought conditions.  Water scarcity is impacting urban as well as rural areas to the point of placing them at odds with each other.  Agriculture is dependent on irrigation in this region so what happens to a growers production when the government turns the water off?  Expand your knowledge for managing production under drought conditions.  Instructors will discuss what is happening and what is being learned to help other areas when drought hits them.

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Length:
4 hours
Member/Certified Professional Price:
$79.00
Non-Member Price:
$139.00
When Water Becomes More Valuable Than Land: Insights from the California Drought, Part 1
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Kerry D. Arroues   [ view bio ]
Michael D. Cahn   [ view bio ]
Sabrina Cook   [ view bio ]
Damien Field   [ view bio ]
Jay R. Lund   [ view bio ]
Jeffrey Mitchel   [ view bio ]
When Water Becomes More Valuable Than Land: Insights from the California Drought, Part 2
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American Society of Agronomy
Soil and Water Management : 3.50
Soil Science Society of America
Professional Meetings: 3.50
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Full Price: $139.00