UC Davis CA&ES

Getting it Right! Drip Irrigation, Plant Selection, and Lowering Water Use - For Landscape Professionals

When Oct 04, 2016
from 08:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Where McMillan Center, Fair Oaks Park. 820 Temple Park Rd., Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Contact Name
Contact Phone 530-312-4083
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Thank you for participating in this workshop! If you missed the workshop or would like electronic versions of the presentations and handouts, you came to the right place!

Presentations and Handouts


ETAF Research Results. Janet Hartin, UCCE
WUCOLS IV: What is it? How do I use it?. Dave Fujino, CCUH
Drip Irrigation: Determining Distribution Uniformity and Irrigation Run Time. Loren Oki, UC Davis


Measuring Distribution Uniformity and Calculating Run Time. Loren Oki, UC Davis.
Glossary of Drip Irrigation Terms. Chuck Ingels, UCCE.
Drip Retrofit and Hydraulic Calculations for the Fair Oaks Horticulture Center WEL Gardens. Chuck Ingels and Lori Palmquist

This workshop was presented in partnership with the University of California Cooperative Extension Service and the California Department of Water Resources.  In order to attend this technical workshop, participants should have had a working knowledge of the following terms:

1. Precipitation rates
2. Soil types and soil infiltration
3. Static and dynamic water pressure
4. Distribution uniformity
5. Irrigation scheduling
6. Hydrozones
7. Evapotranspiration
8. Cycle and soak