Ethanol-irrigation relationship part of upcoming conference in Texas
The conference will be held January 17th at the Amarillo Civic Center and will also cover non-ethanol issues like other alternative fuels, wind energy and chemigation (now there's an ugly sounding word).
The growing ethanol industry's ever-increasing demand for corn might also affect farmer's irrigation needs and abilities, said Leon New, a Texas Cooperative Extension specialist, who is helping to organize the conference. With better information about the current and upcoming irrigation situation in Texas, farmers can make better decisions, New said.
[Source: North Texas e-News]
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