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Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Cross County, Arkansas, 1991

Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Cross County, Arkansas, 1991

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor in Little Rock, Ark, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irrigation water -- Arkansas -- Cross County

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 93-427
    ContributionsManning, Carolyn A, Geological Survey (U.S.), Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 folded sheet (8 p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13616934M
    OCLC/WorldCa30684701

    California Agricultural Production and Irrigated Water Use Congressional Research Service Summary California ranks as the leading agricultural state in the United States in terms of farm-level sales. In , California’s farm-level sales totaled nearly $45 billion and accounted for 11% of total U.S. agricultural sales. The previous versions of the Arkansas Water Plan (AWP) ( and ) advocated conservation, education, and the development of excess surface water as the primary means of groundwater protection in the state. In February of , the Arkansas Ground Water .

    to Arkansas Code Annotated This report provides a summary of ground-water protection and conservation programs administered by the ASWCC during the year Water-resources policy in Arkansas was established in the Arkansas Water Plan, , in which the ASWCC advocates conservation, education, and the. Two USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service MRBI Projects in Arkansas Set J , Application Deadline NRCS Announces Sign-Up Deadline for Conservation Stewardship Program USDA Announces Grants for Urban Agriculture and Innovative Production.

    On Novem , the Wilson, North Carolina, Water Distribution Division received a complaint from a clinic. The clinic was complaining about a strange, bitter taste and strong chemical odor to its water. Upon investigation, the City Water Distribution Division discovered that chemicals from a mixer used in x-ray development had backflowed. Coastal Los Angeles County Land and Water Use Survey 60 Permissible Annual Charges for Irrigation Water in the Upper San Joaquin Valley: MB Bulletin 35 The California Water Plan Outlook in Summary Report.


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Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Cross County, Arkansas, 1991 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The registration reports for indicate that this water was applied to 81, acres of land to irrigate rice, corn, soybeans, milo, cotton and vegetables as well as for the agricultural use of animal aquaculture. Get this from a library. Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Cross County, Arkansas, [Terrance W Holland; Carolyn A Manning; Geological Survey (U.S.); Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission.].

Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Miller County, Arkansas, This report summarizes the water-use reporting through the Conservation District Office in Miller County, Arkansas. The number of withdrawal registrations for Miller County was 98 (62 groundwater and 36 surface water).

SUMMARY OF REPORTED AGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION WATER USE IN WHITE COUNTY, ARKANSAS, By Terrance Arkansas. Holland1, Carolyn A. Manning2, and Kenneth L. Stafford1 Water is one of Arkansas' most valuable resources.

Site-specific water-use data for several categories are collected and compiled annually by the Arkansas Soil and Water ConservationAuthor: T.W. Holland, C.A. Manning, K.L. Stafford. Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Phillips County, Arkansas, This report summarizes the water-use reporting through the Conservation District Office in Phillips County, Arkansas.

The number of withdrawal registrations for Phillips County was 1, (1, groundwater and 6 surface water). The registra- tion reports for indicate that this water was applied toacres of land to irrigate rice, sorghum, corn, soybeans, milo, cash grains, cotton, and sod as well as for the agricultural uses of animal aquaculture, hatcheries, and ducks.

The registration reports for indicate that this water was applied toacres of land to irrigate rice, corn, soybeans, milo, cotton, hay, vegetables, berries, and sod as well as for the agricultural use of animal aquaculture.

SUMMARY OF REPORTED AGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION WATER USE IN SOUTHWESTERN ARKANSAS COUNTIES, By Terrance W. Holland1, Carolyn A. Manning2, and Kenneth L. Stafford1. Water is one of Arkansas' most valuable : T.W. Holland, C.A. Manning, K.L. Stafford. Get this from a library.

Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Lincoln County, Arkansas, [Terrance W Holland; Carolyn A Manning; Kenneth L Stafford; Geological Survey (U.S.); Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission.].

SUMMARY OF REPORTED AGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION WATER USE IN WEST-CENTRAL ARKANSAS COUNTIES, U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation CommissionAuthor: T.W.

Holland, C.A. Manning, K.L. Stafford. Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Poinsett County, Arkansas, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.

Update of Arkansas Water Plan Data from Water Use Database (WUDB) used to estimate future water demand “The accuracy of water use reported for agricultural irrigation has been questioned because the water use is not measured or metered.” Arkansas File Size: 1MB. SUMMARY OF REPORTED AGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION WATER USE IN ARKANSAS COUNTY, ARKANSAS, U.S.

Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation : T.W.

Holland, C.A. Manning. SUMMARY OF REPORTED AGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION WATER USE IN MILLER COUNTY, ARKANSAS, U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation : T.W. Holland, C.A. Manning, K.L. Stafford. Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Poinsett County, Arkansas, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

Water has many uses, such as for recreation, drinking, fisheries, agriculture and industry. Each of these designated uses has different defined chemical, physical and biological standards necessary to support that use. For example, we expect higher standards for water we drink and swim in compared to that used in agriculture and industry.

The plan documented a large shortfall, 12 million acre feet, most of which can be attributed to the largest user of water in Arkansas, agricultural irrigation. This shortfall is projected to increase to 14 million acre feet by A sustainable annual groundwater withdraw is about million acre feet.

water quality standards summary of results water use for arkansas, prairie and monroe counties, irrigation demands general design information on canal system required structures and pumps required l&~ acreages, channel excavation, and levee fill quantities '.ater supply district net returns to cropland.

and used primarily for irrigation. Arkansas County, Poinsett County and Cross County used the most alluvial water of all counties, with Mgal/d, Mgal/d, and Mgal/d respectively. The reported total groundwater use from the alluvial aquifer during was - Mgal/d.

Selected Water-Use Bibliography for the United States - State and Regional Reports The majority of these publications were prepared as part of the USGS National Water-Use Science Project. To view some of the linked documents, you need the Adobe Acrobat® Reader installed on your computer.

SUMMARY: Arkansas ranks third in irrigated acres of agricultural land. The primary source of irrigation water is drawn from groundwater, but only about half of the annual withdraw is sustainable.

The current groundwater withdraw is more than the recharge from the aquifers and the consequences of this imbalance with nature are higher costs, eventual depletion, and loss of irrigated agriculture.Soybeans (Glycine max) are grown on about million acres in Arkansas generating about $ billion annually.

State average yield are about 40 bushels per acre. Soybean meal is a high protein supplement for livestock and soybean is gaining popularity in human diets as well. Biodiesel appears to be an expanding domestic market for US soybeans.History. The origins of rice cultivation within the state of Arkansas, as well as within the entire Grand Prairie region, is typically attributed to Nebraskan entrepreneur W.H.

Fuller's move to Lonoke County, Arkansas and subsequent planting of rice throughout the idea to plant rice in Arkansas came to Fuller in Augustwhen he was travelling to Louisiana with companion Hewit.