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By using irrigation scheduling applications, producers can make informed decisions leading to higher yields with fewer irrigation inputs.
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Irrigation professionals have the opportunity to share the importance of efficient irrigation practices through Smart Irrigation Month.
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The clouds have parted over the Colorado River, letting the shining light of consensus illuminate the rising water.  
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The Irrigation Association, Fairfax, Virginia, opens its annual Smart Water Application Technologies awards program May 31.
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The Internet of Things is set to push the future of farming to the next level through smart agriculture techniques.
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The House of Representatives failed to reach the 2/3 majority necessary to overturn President Biden’s veto of H.J.Res.27.
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Two dozen additional states have been added to the growing docket of jurisdictions no longer under the Biden administration WOTUS rule.
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The Department of Interior released a draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement with major implications for the Colorado River Basin. 
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NRCS Texas announced that it will be accepting additional fiscal year 2023 sign-ups for the National Water Quality Initiative.  
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The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved a joint resolution to overturn the final Waters of the United States rule.