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Permalink Nebraska Seminar Series Focuses on Advances in Irrigation Management

School of Natural Resources and the Nebraska Water Center at the University of Nebraska are offering a free, seven-part series of lectures on various aspects of advances in irrigation management. The lectures, which run every other Wednesday afternoon from January 14 - April 18, 2018, comprise the university's annual spring semester water and natural resources seminar. The public lectures will address advances in irrigation equipment, science, and management practices.



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