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Designing your irrigation system to save water and time

Irrigation for agriculture is the primary user of water worldwide, and demand is now exceeding supply. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, 80% of water in the U.S. is used in agricultural irrigation. Unfortunately, this irrigation usage also tends to be highly inefficient and a substantial amount of water is lost to runoff and

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Designing your irrigation system to save water and time

Irrigation for agriculture is the primary user of water worldwide, and demand is now exceeding supply. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, 80% of water in the U.S. is used in agricultural irrigation. Unfortunately, this irrigation usage also tends to be highly inefficient and a substantial amount of water is lost to runoff and

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It’s all about the filter

Making sure your irrigation system works optimally for the long-term

Emitters clogging is one of the most significant problems in irrigation. Clogging can be caused by physical, chemical or biological contaminants and it can severely impact water application uniformity and will increase the need for everyday maintenance of irrigation systems.

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Maintaining proper water pressure and flow in drip irrigation systems

One of the main goals when designing an irrigation system is to make sure that every single plant in your field gets exactly the right amount of water and nutrients from added fertilizers – also in the long-term.

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Protecting your irrigation system from clogging

In our last blog post, we discussed the main causes of emitter clogging in irrigation systems: physical, biological and chemical.

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What is clogging my irrigation system?

One of the most significant investments a farmer makes is the design and installation of an effective irrigation system. And one of the most common irrigation system challenges is preventing irrigation emitter clogging. These emitters are usually small, so it is not a matter of IF they will get clogged but rather a matter of WHEN and HOW.

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