Farming in Georgia, you know that irrigation can help reduce your risk, and is one of the most effective options for managing unpredictable rain patterns and drought conditions. You also know that managing your water successfully will increase the sustainability of both your farming operation and your surrounding natural resources.
But which irrigation techniques will give you the most return on your investment (and where do you start?)
The Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP) works with partners and producers to help farmers increase yield and reduce risk while conserving and protecting aquatic resources. SARP and its partners provide a connection to on-farm technical assistance with irrigation practices through the expertise of the Flint River Soil and Water Conservation District in Southwest Georgia and the Florida Panhandle.