Assistant Professor Isaya Kisekka
Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Department of Land, Air and Water Resources
119 Veihmeyer Hall
University of California
Davis, California 95616
My research focuses on developing management strategies and technologies to help farmers optimize productivity and net profitability under limited water while exerting minimum negative impacts on the environment. Current projects include evaluation of precision irrigation systems (microirrigation and sprinkler irrigation systems) in almonds and alfalfa production, development of integrated soil and plant water status sensing systems to guide irrigation scheduling, development of simulation-optimization models for irrigation, fertigation and salinity management for various crops e.g., process tomatoes, and alfalfa.
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