Irrigation Water News

  • Irritec at Agritech Expo Zambia 2017

    Irritec will be present to the Agritech Expo Zambia exhibition 2017, that will take place in Chisamba, Zambia, from the next 27th to 29th of April, at the GART Research Centre. The event aims to improve the agricultural and agri food development of Africa. Irritec will show drip irrigation systems and new irrigation technologies that guarantee an optimal crop growth without giving up water ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • Watering the world

    Original story at MIT News Many farms in drought-prone regions of the U.S. rely on drip irrigation as a water-saving method to grow crops. These systems pump water through long thin tubes that stretch across farm fields. Hundreds of dime-sized drippers along the length of each tube trickle water directly onto a ...

  • Rivulis Irrigation and Manna Irrigation Featured in New Ag International

    Rivulis Irrigation and Manna Irrigation were featured by New Ag International magazine in the “Irrigation and Technology Leaders” section of the March/April 2017 edition. The article includes highlights the strength and success of the Rivulis Irrigation strategy for growth in the market and how the innovative approach to precision agriculture pioneered by Manna Irrigation brings even ...


    By Rivulis Irrigation

  • Irritec winner of "Le Fonti Awards": Excellence of the year for innovation of irrigation systems

    During "Le Fonti" Conference Irritec has been acknowledged as "Excellence of the Year" and awarded the prize for Innovation in Irrigation systems. The conference, held in Palazzo Mezzanotte, the headquarters of Borsa Italiana, sponsored by the European Commission with Corriere Economia media partnership, was focused on innovation. Irritec received Le Fonti Award - Excellence of the Year in ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • Egyptian invention cuts rice irrigation water by haf

    Experts and stakeholders in Egypt warn of imminent water poverty as a result of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, which is about to become operational. Meanwhile, agricultural production consumes about 85 per cent of the country’s water resources, half of which goes towards rice irrigation. Rice cultivation consumes more than 10 billion cubic meters of water annually, or more than ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Toro Equipment, to be awarded with “Higher Technical Novelty” by SMAGUA 2017

    Anaconda FRL-600 Dissolved air flotator has been recognized with the award “HIGHER TECHNICAL NOVELTY” by SMAGUA 2017. The honour was awarded on 18 January in Zaragoza. This award recognizes the most innovative and prestigious companies participating in the 23rd International Water and Irrigation Exhibition Smagua 2017. The Exhibitors present their advances in the sector, and this ...


    By Toro Equipment S.L.

  • Discover Innovative Products Introduced by Rivulis Irrigation at the Irrigation Show

    Rivulis Irrigation will feature our innovative irrigation products in booth 817 at the Irrigation Show, December 7 – 8, 2016 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Alongside industry leading products like T-Tape Drip Tape, ...


    By Rivulis Irrigation

  • UF/IFAS avocado irrigation app should save money, water

    Avocado growers now know that a University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences mobile irrigation app works well to save money while maintaining crop yields. This data, reported in a new study, is critical for an industry that has a $100 million a year economic impact on Florida. It’s also important because agriculture uses about 70 percent of the world’s water, the ...

  • WaterSignal Dashboard Updates – September 2016

    WaterSignal is pleased to announce a few enhancements to the WaterSignal dashboard! These new features are a result of customer feedback, and our commitment to provide a seamless user experience for property managers in all industries. Monthly Calendar Report (MCR) Beginning on Sept 1st 2016, WaterSignal users will have access to a Monthly Calendar Report (MCR) ...


    By WaterSignal

  • Irrigation method saves 50 percent of water needed for potato growth

    University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researchers have found an irrigation method that uses 50 percent less water than traditional systems to grow potatoes – an important finding for the $131 million-a-year Florida crop. The system is called “hybrid center pivot irrigation.” With this method, about two-thirds of the water used to help grow potatoes is ...

  • Turlock Irrigation District Enters Power Purchase Agreement with SunPower

    Turlock Irrigation District (TID) and SunPower (Nasdaq: SPWR) announced today a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) under which TID will buy clean renewable solar power from SunPower. To serve the agreement, SunPower is starting construction this month on a 54-megawatt (AC) solar photovoltaic power plant at the company's Rosamond Solar site in Kern County, which is expected ...


    By SunPower

  • Homeowners like money-saving benefits of smart irrigation controllers

    Smart irrigation controllers, technologies used to decrease landscape water applications, are catching on in Florida. Incentivized by governmental agencies and water utilities in an effort to reduce public-supply water demand and conserve water resources, the controllers are becoming more popular with homeowners in this high water-use state. A new study evaluated homeowners' satisfaction with ...

  • Turkey starts delivering water to Cyprus` breakaway north

    Turkey's president expressed hope Saturday that an undersea pipeline carrying fresh water from Turkey to the breakaway Turkish Cypriot north of ethnically split Cyprus could help reunify the island amid Greek Cypriot protests that the project is a Turkish ploy to cement its grip on the island. Recep Tayyip Erdogan and other Turkish officials inaugurated the pipeline by symbolically turning open a ...


    By Associated Press

  • U.S. EPA recognizes 2015 WaterSense Partners of the Year in California and Nevada

    Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership, the Municipal Water District of Orange County, KB Home, Energy Inspectors Corporation, and 13 other winners as WaterSense Partners of the Year for creating, rebating, communicating and educating consumers about WaterSense labeled products, homes and programs. EPA Region 9 is working with all ...

  • EPA recognizes WaterSense 2015 Partners of the Year

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized the 2015 WaterSense award winners for creating, rebating, communicating and educating consumers about WaterSense-labeled products, homes and programs. These 17 winners and more than 1,700 other WaterSense partners have helped Americans save 1.1 trillion gallons of water and $21.7 billion in water and energy bills since 2006. ...

  • Winery Wastewater a Great Source of Vineyard Water – Cone Bottom Tanks For Processing Wastewater

    With more UK vineyards entering the market place and with English sparkling wines picking up award after award, UK producers should be more mindful of recycling their wastewater, according to Phys.Org. It is estimated that to produce one glass of wine, some 29 gallons of water are used and with ever increasing mains water prices, coupled with expensive wastewater disposal costs, wastewater ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Irrigation district to clean water in milestone settlement

    The federal government has settled a decades-old lawsuit with the nation's largest irrigation district, which has agreed in a tentative deal to clean up contaminated water in California's fertile Central Valley. Westlands Water District will clean up water tainted by salt that has accumulated in soil from years of irrigation, general manager Thomas Birmingham said  ...


    By Associated Press

  • Healthier and more sustainable olive oil

    Researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Center for Soil Science and Applied Biology Segura (CEBAS-CSIC), Institut des Biomolécules Max Mousseron (IBMM) from Université de ...

  • UF/IFAS research finds ways to save water, strawberries and money during cold temps

    Florida’s strawberry producers must protect their multimillion-dollar annual crop from freeze damage. Traditional methods involve constant spraying of water during a cold snap. Growers are looking for ways to use less water, yet produce the same amount of crop. New University of Florida research shows growers can keep using both their current sprinkler spacing and low pressure or enhanced ...

  • New Greenhouses Boost Research, Competitive Edge

    The new Williams Hall greenhouse complex on the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center’s Wooster campus is much more than a replacement for the greenhouse lost to a tornado almost five years ago: It’s a state-of-the-art facility that will help advance plant research and strengthen Ohio agriculture. The original Williams Hall greenhouse complex was leveled by a September ...


    By Ohio State University

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