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Collaborations

The Conservation and Production Research Laboratory has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in the Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer - Phase 2 KSU
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with Kansas State University Phase 2
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production- OAP 2nd Phase with KSU
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer Region - KSU
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with KSU
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production- OAP 3rd Phase with KSU
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production- OAP 3rd Phase with TAMU
  • Assessing the Environmental Protective Benefits of Tannins and Fat Supplementation for Finishing Beef Steers
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with Texas A&M University Phase 2
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production- OAP 2nd Phase with TAMU
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with TAMU
  • Assessment of the Effectiveness of Conservation Practices to Decrease Ammonia Emissions From Open Lot Cattle Operations
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in the Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer - Phase 2 TAMU
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer Region- Texas A&M
  • TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM,THE, CANYON
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with West Texas A&M University Phase 2
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production- OAP 2nd Phase with WTAMU
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer Region- WTAMU
  • Collaborative Animal Research between WTAMU and ARS
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production - OAP 3rd Phase with WTAMU
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in the Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer - Phase 2 WTAMU
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with WTAMU
  • TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, LUBBOCK, TX
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with TTU
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in the Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer - Phase 2 TTU
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production- OAP 2nd Phase with TTU
  • Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production - OAP 3rd Phase with TTU
  • Dryland and Irrigated Crop Management Under Limited Water Availability and Drought - OAP with Texas Tech University Phase 2
  • Collaborative Research and Outreach to Facilitate Cotton Production in Thermo-limited Regions of the Southern Ogallala Aquifer Region- Texas Tech
  • UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLE
  • Optimized Allocation of Limited Amount of Irrigation Water among Simultaneous Annual Crops at Farm Level (ORDILS)
  • UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO, RENO
  • Improving Precision Irrigation Systems for Increased Crop Water Productivity in Different Climates