|Red River Research Station|
|262 Research Station Drive
Bossier City, LA 71112
The primary program areas and initiatives are to establish an active extension and outreach program that disseminates research-based results and addresses clientele concerns related to:
These program areas were addressed under the umbrella of the Smart Technologies for Agricultural Management and Production (STAMP) program initiated in 2014. The program encompasses all research and extension activities related to LSU AgCenter irrigation water management. This includes plot studies, on-farm demonstrations, workshops, trainings, presentations, publications, and all other products associated with education and outreach.
Davis, S. L. 2016. Speaking the Language of Irrigation: Glossary of Terms. LSU AgCenter Publication 3552.
Davis, S. L. 2015. Benefits and Limitations to Available Technologies for Irrigation Scheduling in Agronomic Crops. LSU AgCenter Publication 3454.
Davis, S. L. 2015. Rain sensors for a landscape irrigation system. LSU AgCenter Publication 3365.
Davis, S. L. and N. Adusumilli. 2015. Efficient Irrigation Saves Water and Money: The STAMP Program. Louisiana Agriculture Magazine, Winter 2015 Issue.
2014 - Ph.D.,Agricultural/Biological Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
2008 - M.E., Agricultural/Biological Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
2005 - B.S., Civil/Environmental Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Davis, S. L. and M. D. Dukes. 2016. Importance of ET controller program settings on water conservation potential. Applied Eng. Agric., 32(2): 251-262.
Davis, S. L. and M. D. Dukes. 2015. Implementing smart controllers on single-family homes with excessive irrigation. J. Irrig. Drain. Eng., 141(2), 04015024.
Davis, S. L. and M. D. Dukes. 2015. Methodologies for Successful Implementation of Smart Irrigation Controllers. J. Irrig. Drain Eng., 141(3), 04014055.
Morera, M. C., P. F. Monaghan, M. D. Dukes, O. Wells, and S. L. Davis. 2015. Evaluating Florida homeowner response to smart irrigation controllers. HortTechnology, 25(4): 511-521.
Davis. S. L. and M. D. Dukes. 2014. Irrigation of Residential Landscapes Using the Toro Intelli-Sense Controller in Southwest Florida. J. Irrig. Drain. Eng. 140(3), 04013020.
Davis, S. L. and M.D. Dukes. 2012. Landscape irrigation with evapotranspiration controllers in a humid climate. Trans. ASABE 55(2): 571-580.
Davis, S. L. and M. D. Dukes. 2010. Irrigation scheduling performance by evapotranspiration-based controllers. Agric. Water Manage. 98(1): 19-28.
Shober, A. L., S. L. Davis, M. D. Dukes, G. C. Denny, S. P. Brown, and S. Vyapari. 2009. Performance of Florida landscape plants when irrigated by ET-based controllers and time-based methods. J. Environ. Hort. 27(4): 251-256.
Davis, S. L., M. D. Dukes, and G. L. Miller. 2009. Landscape irrigation by evapotranspiration-based irrigation controllers under dry conditions in Southwest Florida. Agric. Water Manage. 96(12): 1828–1836.
Adusumilli, N., S. L. Davis, and D. Fromme. In Press. Economic Evaluation of using Surge Valves in Furrow Irrigation of Row Crops in Louisiana: A Net Present Value Approach. Submitted to Agric. Water Manage., 2015.