Improved irrigation methods help farmers to schedule irrigation and reduce the amount of water without compromising with crop yield. Proper irrigation scheduling methods help farmers determine the time and amount of irrigation water to be applied. As both deficit and excess irrigations have equally damaging effects on crop production therefore, adoption of appropriate irrigation scheduling method is essential to produce consistently high yields with minimum costs/inputs. As far as wheat is concerned, it requires cool climate with moderate quantity of water (24-48 cm/year). The crop requires 4 to 6 irrigations depending on the soil type and the amount of rainfall. The amount of water in soil is determined by soil moisture measurements which forms an important aspect in determining plant moisture status and evapotranspiration loss.