The Oklahoma Water Resources Center provides informative resources and specialists
for producers in need of water expertise in many different areas such as: animal care
and production, environment and recreation, and crop production.
Animal Care & Production Water Issues
Crop Production Water Issues
Home & Garden Water Issues
Industrial & Commercial Uses of Water
Municipalities & Infrastructure Water
Pollution, Hazardous Materials & Contamination
Water & Environmental Issues
Wastewater characteristics for cattle, sheep and poultry that guide important decisions on water supply, distribution, management and treatment involving slaughterhouses.
A guide for understanding alfatoxins, the affects that they have when in the feed and reducing the risk of aflatoxin exposure to wildlife.
As the demand for freshwater resources from variable sectors continues to grow, it is critical to improve irrigation scheduling to produce more crop per drop and reduce potential water losses.
Discussion regarding the rainfall index vs. actual rainfall, the accuracy of county base values for hay in Oklahoma and optimal choices for producers.
Learn the best practices for calibrating a low-pressure ground sprayer boom-mounted nozzle for the best results when applying pesticides.
Often referred to as “tap water” drinking water from public water systems is an important resource. This current report seeks to evaluate the perceptions of water quality.
A pond is a major investment, so good planning is essential for avoiding mistakes. In addition to having a suitable site, a proper design and good construction ...
Info designed to educate homeowners on the combined impact of wind speed and water pressure on sprinkler irrigation systems.