Name: irrigator

2005-07-14 Irrigation Irrigated the N-rate study with 1.0 inch of water.

2005-07-15 Irrigation Irrigated the N-rate study with 2.0 inch of water

2005-08-10 Irrigation Irrigated the N-rate study with 1.2 inch of water. The water was running for 2 hours. I had two rain gauges out and they both had 1.2 inch of water in them.

2005-08-19 Irrigation Irrigated the N-rate study with 1.2-1.4 inch of water. The water was running for around 2.5 hours. I had two rain gauges out one gauge had 1.0 inch of water and the second gauge had 1.8 inch of water.

2005-08-29 Irrigation Irrigated the N-rate study. The water was running for 3 hours. I had two rain gauges out. The first gauge had 1.1 inch of water and the second gauge had 2.5 inch of water.

2005-09-13 Irrigation Irrigated the N-rate study. I had two rain gauges out. The first gauge had 1.5 inch of water and the second gauge had 1.8 inch of water.

2003-07-17 Irrigation Applied .50 inch of irrigation to the irrigated N-rate study.

2003-07-24 Irrigation One inch of irrigated water was applied to the irrigated N-rate study.

2003-08-11 Irrigation 0.75 inch of supplemental irrigation water was applied to the irrigated N-rate study.

1988-07-01 Irrigation {{PL: Beginning about 9:30 pm Friday evening and completing late morning on Saturday the linear was run over the Ancillary site studies again (2nd time). Speed setting 3was 2% and based on the first irrigation we should have applied about 1.9 inches of water. }}

1988-06-15 Irrigation {{PL: Irrigated both the Rotation study and the Hairy Vetch mgt study in the Ancillary site using the Linear Mover. This was an emergency application because of the drought. Some stress was showing up in the Rotation study and the no-till beans were not emerging. The Hairy Vetch study was in bad shape and it was the main reason we irrigated. The soybeans were emerging poorly and the corn, though mostly emerged, was badly stressed. Jim B. ran the machine as slow as possible (2 %) from the south end of the field to the north. Two rain gages were placed in the field and they read as follows: 3.0 inches; 1.8 inches. }}