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Dr. Chris Henry (870) firstname.lastname@example.orgAssociate Professor and Water Management EngineerDepartment of Biological and Agricultural EngineeringRice Research & Extension CenterUniversity of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture
Dr. Qiuqiong Huang (479) email@example.comProfessor Department of Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessUniversity of Arkansas – Fayetteville
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See the results from the 2015 Mid-South Irrigation Practices survey.
October 2022 to February 2023.
It may take between 30 minutes and one hour.
We know you are very busy and we really appreciate your time! A $25 gift card will
be sent to you as a small token of appreciation.
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(NIFA) - USDA.