Since 1902 irrigation experiments have been a major part of the research activity on the Greenville (Central) Experimental Farm near Logan, Utah. The experiments have been concerned mainly with the effects of different quantities of irrigation water, the minimum water requirement of crops, and the effects of different seasonal distribution of the water. This publication aims to give a brief summary of this work as it relates to crop yields as well as the more recent results up to and including 1929.
Pittman, D. W. and Stewart, George, "Bulletin No. 219 - Twenty-Eight Years of Irrigation Experiments near Logan, Utah: 1902-29, Inclusive" (1930). UAES Bulletins. Paper 179.