Articles about irrigation


Renovation project commences at Soweto Country Club

Last updated: 02/16/2018

A project to enhance the golf course at Soweto Country Club in Johannesburg, South Africa, is now underway. Gary Player Design is leading the project. Player is the original...

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Rain Bird Expands Low Flow Sprinkler Line with New LFX600 Model and Accessories

Last updated: 02/16/2018

Rain Bird's LFX Low Flow Sprinklers are designed to provide growers with operational flexibility and unmatched watering efficiency. Now, the company is adding another model to...

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San Diego Pursues Drought-Proof Water Supply

Last updated: 02/15/2018

The desert-like grounds around the San Diego County Water Authority offices are dressed in a water-wise xeriscape of cacti and aloe. The sky is a monotone blue and — even though...

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The mad science behind vegetable grafting

Last updated: 02/11/2018

If we think biotechnology was invented in the 21st century, consider the somewhat bizarre practice of sticking the top of one plant onto the bottom of another: Grafting, this is...

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Conserva Irrigation Sees Explosive Growth in First Six Months of Franchising

Last updated: 02/08/2018

Conserva Irrigation—the only national outdoor irrigation company founded on the concept of water conservation—announced it experienced strong growth in 2017 and continues its...

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Governor Signs Bill to Provide Tax Savings for Water Conservation

Last updated: 02/03/2018

The following was a statement released by Senator Steve Glazer after SCA 9 was signed by Governor Brown and will appear before voters on the June 2018 ballot. Voters will have...

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Watering Your Landscape – Be Aware Of These Five Variables

Last updated: 02/03/2018

Watering your landscape seems like a science, but you will quickly discover it’s more of an art. That is why the best answer to the question "How much should I water my roses?"...

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Spectrum's FieldScout® TDR350 Soil Moisture Meter is the Must-have Tool for Potato Farmers

Last updated: 02/02/2018

Growing potatoes without precise knowledge of soil moisture can be challenging and brings on unnecessary risk. Additionally, soil compaction caused by field machinery traffic is...

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California Cooperative Snow Surveys

Last updated: 02/02/2018

Snow surveying in the United States began on Mount Rose, a 10,800' mountain in Nevada overlooking Reno on one side and Lake Tahoe on the other. Mt. Rose was used as an ``outdoor...

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Precision Pays with Mini-Trencher

Last updated: 02/01/2018

Every day we benefit from the precision achieved when professionals use tools designed specifically for their jobs. For instance, surgery would be far more risky and leave less...

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