TAWC Water College

January 17, 2019 
Lubbock Civic Center
Lubbock, Texas




Thanks to our Sponsors!


Diamond Sponsor

College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources


Platinum Sponsors

BASF

Cotton Inc.

DuPont Pioneer


Gold Sponsors

Texas Corn Producers

Diversity D Irrigation Services


Silver Sponsors

Plains Cotton Growers​

Equipment Supply

Zimmatic Irrigation Services

Hurst Farm Supply

Trellis

Eco-Drip

AquaSpy

Netafim Dragonline

Forefront Agronomy

High Plains Underground Water District

Southern Plains Valley Irrigation

Miller Chemical

Ogallala CAP Project

City of Lubbock

Farmers Edge

Water by GMX

WaterMaster

Agriculture Precision Supply

Nachurs

Ceres

T-L Irrigation


Bronze Sponsors

Capital Farm Credit

Texas Grain Sorghum Producers





 



5th Annual TAWC Water College Presentations:


Utilizing Cover Crops and Irrigation Technology

Kelly Kettner, Bailey County Producer

Jeff Miller, Forefront Agronomy


Utilizing New Online Tools for Producers

Shawn Wade, Plains Cotton Growers


Cotton Yield Response to Water and Cropping Alternatives Based on Water Economy

Bob Glodt, AgriSearch Consulting


Caught in the Crossfire: The US Sorghum Industry's Battle with the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Commerce

John Duff, National Sorghum Producers


From Farm to Brands: US Cotton Industry's Approach to Sustainability

Jesse Daystar, Cotton Inc.


Texas Water Law and Policy Update

Victoria Whitehead, High Plains Underground Water District


Update from Texas Water Development Board

Kathleen Jackson, Texas Water Development Board


Upcoming Weather Patterns

Brian Bledsoe, Chief Meteorologist & Climatologist, Colorado Springs