In Some Areas Irrigation is Now More Critical – Vegetable Crops Hotline

In Some Areas Irrigation is Now More Critical

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Irrigation is now becoming more critical. Temperatures are high, and many areas are experiencing lower-than-normal rainfall. However, I do have some good news for you if you are looking for a source that has a lot of information about irrigation.

Lyndon Kelley is an Irrigation Educator for Purdue Extension and MSU Extension, and he maintains a webpage that contains a lot of information Look under Specialty Crops Information ( for videos, bulletins, and other irrigation resources.

Contact information

Lyndon Kelley can be reached at or (269) 467-5511 (office)

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