James L. Heilman

Water Resources Program Areas:     

  • Agricultural and Landscape Irrigation
  • Crop and Landscape Water Use  


  • Impacts of tillage, fertilization, and other cultural practices on water use and water quality;
  • Use of furrow diking and water harvesting to capture rainfall for crop water use;
  • Management effects on nitrogen mineralization, nitrogen availability to crops, and downward movement of nitrate in soils.

Contact James L. Heilman

Water Resource Specialist - Agricultural and Landscape Irrigation
Soil and Crop Sciences - TAMU
Heep Center, Room 434
370 Olsen Blvd.
College Station, Texas  77843
Phone: 979.845.7169


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Texas

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