Professor and Extension Agricultural Engineer
Kansas State University
Research and Extension
Biological and Agricultural Engineering
129 Seaton Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
Dr. Roger works to promote, direct, and conduct effective extension educational programs in the area of water resources management, including both quantity and quality issues, concentrating on agricultural production. The water quantity issues he focuses on are primarily related to irrigated agriculture, including: irrigation development, irrigation systems, water utilization, water management and energy for irrigation.
- Kansas State University, Professor, Extension Agricultural Engineer, Irrigation and State Extension Leader, 2010 – present, full time
- Kansas State University, Professor, Extension Agricultural Engineer, Irrigation, 2010 – 1994, full time
- Kansas State University, Associate Professor, Extension Agricultural Engineer, Irrigation, 1983 – 1994, full time
- Kansas State University, Assistant Professor, Extension Agricultural Engineer, Irrigation, 1977 - 1983, full time
With regard to his participation in the Ogallala Water CAP project, Dr. Rogers notes: "Water supplies for irrigation continue to diminish and face increasing competition. Therefore, in-field management of applied irrigation water to meet producer goals is becoming increasingly important. Since basic irrigation management strategies cross state boundaries, irrigation support tools, including irrigation scheduling tools, can have broad and effective application. This project will also allow synergistic tools to be developed for the region."
Kisekka, I., J.P. Aguilar, D.H. Rogers, J. Holman, D.M. O’Brien, and N. Klocke. 2016. Assessing Deficit Irrigation Strategies for Corn Using Simulation. Trans ASABE Vol. 59(1): 3003-317.
Lamm, F. R. and D. H. Rogers. 2015. The importance of irrigation scheduling for marginal capacity systems growing corn. Applied Engineering in Agric. 31(2): 261- 265.
L. Liu, A. Maier, N. Klocke, S. Yan, D. Rogers, T. Tesso, and D. Wang. 2013. Impact of Deficit Irrigation on Sorghum Physical and Chemical Properties and Ethanol Yield. Transaction of the ASABE 56(4):1541-1549.
Olson, B.L.S. and D.H. Rogers. 2008. Comparing Drag Hoses Verses Sprinklers on Corn Irrigated by Center Pivot. Appl. Engr in Agric. Vol. 24(1): 41-45.
E. Dogan, G.A. Clark, D.H. Rogers, V.L. Martin and R.L. Vanderlip. 2006. On-Farm Scheduling Studies and CERES-Maize Simulation of Irrigated Corn. Appl. Engr in Agric. Vol. 22(4): 509-516.
Clark, G.A., E. Dogan, D.H. Rogers, and V.L. Martin. 2006.Evaluation of Irrigage collectors to measure irrigation depths from low pressure sprinklers. Appl. Engr in Agric. Vol. 22(1): 63-72.
Rogers, D.H., J.P. Aguilar, I. Kisseka, P.L. Barnes, and F.R. Lamm. 2015. Agricultural Crop Water Use. Kansas State Research and Extension L934. 12 pgs.
Rogers, D.H., J.P. Aguilar, I. Kisseka, P.L. Barnes, and F.R. Lamm. 2015. Important Agricultural Soil Properties. Kansas State Research and Extension L935. 8 pgs
D.H. Rogers, J.P. Aguilar, I. Kisekka, P.L. Barnes, and F.R. Lamm. 2014. Soil Water Plant Relationships. Kansas State University Research and Extension. L904 revised. 8 pgs.
Rogers, D.H. 2012. Efficient Crop Water Use in Kansas, Chapter 3: Evaluating Center Pivot Nozzle Package Performance. Kansas State Research and Extension. MF-3066. pp. 8-17.Find more people