Help guide irrigation researchers by taking this survey

Help us by participating in an irrigation survey.

The questions in this survey are only about furrow- or flood-irrigated croplands.

Flood-irrigated croplands still play an important role in supplying food, feed and fiber demands in the United States but have received less national attention in recent years compared to sprinkler and drip irrigation methods. Information from this survey will be used to guide researchers, Extension specialists, and county agents and advisors at land-grant universities in designing and developing their future educational and outreach projects to better serve farmers on water management in flood irrigation systems.

This survey does NOT ask or record any private or personal identifier information. NO individual response will be shared. Your responses will remain anonymous.

Summaries of all responses will be shared through Extension events and outreach venues, such as university field days, workshops, social media, crop schools and various other events in the near future. The survey is 21 questions in length and will take an estimated 15 minutes to complete. You may choose to discontinue participation at any time.

This is a collaborative effort among Mississippi State University, Oklahoma State University, Utah State University, University of Arizona and the University of California.

If you have any questions please contact Drew Gholson at or 979-255-7018.

Link to the survey:

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