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Advancements in Irrigated Agriculture with Daniele Zaccaria, Ph.D. [PODCAST]

Ready for an in-depth look at the state of irrigated agriculture? BGD attorney David T. McGimpsey discusses how irrigated agriculture works and where it is headed with irrigated agriculture expert Daniele Zaccaria, Ph.D., in his latest The Water Values Podcast episode, which you can stream online here (free).

Advancements in Irrigated Agriculture with Daniele Zaccaria, Ph.D. [PODCAST]

Zaccaria has been around irrigated agriculture his entire life and has a lot of knowledge to share on the subject.

Highlights of the discussion between McGimpsey and Zaccaria include the following:

  • The size of California’s agricultural sector
  • How much water the ag sector uses in a “normal” California year
  • How that water is split between groundwater and surface water
  • Where the water comes from for irrigated agriculture
  • The different irrigation methods
  • Which irrigation methods are more water-efficient
  • The trade-offs involved with improved water-efficient irrigation
  • Where Daniele sees irrigated ag heading in terms of water use and efficiency
  • How irrigation water is priced
  • Environmental impacts of irrigated agriculture

Additional resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this podcast episode are available on The Water Values website.

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To learn more about David T. McGimpsey and his practice, please visit his profile.

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