CSU Team Wins Award for Irrigation Scheduling Tool
The American Society of Agronomy has awarded a 2016 ASA Educational Materials Award to a team of CSU faculty and staff for their irrigation scheduling tool, WISE (Water Irrigation Scheduler for Efficient Application). WISE is a cloud-based application hosted on the eRAMS platform. The goal of this tool is to make irrigation scheduling both convenient and as cost-effective as possible, maximizing crop yield while minimizing excess irrigation.
Members of the WISE development team are:
- Allan Andales, Associate Professor of Soil and Crop Sciences
- Mazdak Arabi, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Troy Bauder, Water Quality Specialist
- Erik Wardle, Assistant Water Quality Specialist
- Kyle Traff, Software Engineer
- Andy Bartlett, Associate Professor of Soils/Agronomy (Northeastern Junior College)
Congratulations to the team on their award! Explore the WISE tool.