Irrigation Wells News

  • Grows Irritec presence in South America: established IRRITEC CHILE S.A.

    Irritec achieve Chilean market, with the foundation of a new branch that allow the growth of latin american business. The takeover of Chilean company Tecnoagro, well-know brand of irrigation sector, allows Irritec increase branches around the world, confirming the decisive wave of expansion that the company is going through for several years now. Grow up to four, after Mexico, USA and Brazil, ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • Irritec USA Inc Receives 2017 Fresno Award in Agriculture and Mining Category

    For the second year running Irritec USA Inc. has been selected for the 2017 Fresno Award in the Agriculture & Mining category by Fresno Award Program.  Leading company in manufacturing of irrigation systems, particularly drip irrigation systems for agricolture, greenhouses, landscape and fittings for plumbing and water systems, has award, the last March 16th, the prize that ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • Warming behind India’s depleting groundwater?

    Changing rainfall patterns may be depleting India’s groundwater storage more than withdrawals for agricultural irrigation, says a new study published in January by Nature Geoscience.    While India’s diminishing ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Rivulis and Eurodrip announce merger to create a world leader in micro irrigation

    Rivulis Irrigation Ltd. of Israel and Eurodrip S.A. of Greece announced today that the two companies have entered into a definitive merger agreement in an all-share transaction, creating a global leader in micro irrigation. Transaction closing is subject to satisfaction of certain conditions including, but not limited to, regulatory approvals. The merged company will have unparalleled market ...


    By Rivulis Irrigation

  • Two new information briefs spotlight relationship with agriculture and energy

    As the need for water continues to increase to meet the demands of a growing population, understanding the relationship between groundwater and agriculture and groundwater and energy will be essential for safeguarding continued delivery of food, energy, and water to consumers. NGWA has researched and created two new information briefs that detail the importance of these relationships: ...

  • Dr. Peter G. McCornick to deliver keynote address at colocated Groundwater Week and Irrigation Show

    There is opportunity to make systemic changes in agricultural water management that could significantly impact food security challenges around the world, according to Peter G. McCornick, Ph.D., PE, D.WRE, an internationally known authority who will deliver a joint keynote address at the colocated annual meetings of the National Ground Water Association and the Irrigation Association December 5-9 ...

  • 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

  • James ‘Jim’ Jackson of Alloy Machine Works Inc. receives NGWA’s manufacturer award

    James “Jim” Jackson, president and CEO of Alloy Machine Works Inc. of Houston, Texas, has received the Manufacturers Division Special Recognition Award from the National Ground Water Association. The award recognizes Jackson’s contributions to the groundwater industry from the manufacturing sector. It will be presented during the 2015 Groundwater Expo in Las Vegas, December ...

  • New irrigation strategies for pecans in humid climates

    Georgia is the largest pecan producing state in the U.S. Although this humid region receives an average of 127 cm or more rainfall annually, periods of moisture stress can occur during the pecan growing season, particularly during August and September when pecans are in the kernel-filling stage and water demand is at its peak. Pecan producers throughout the region depend on irrigation strategies ...

  • Irrigation with treated waste water: A growing fact

    There is a serious problem of lack of water worldwide, so much in quantity as in quality, due to different facts as low rainfall, high evaporation or the increase in the demand of water for different uses. This fact is favouring the search and use of non-conventional sources of water, which guarantee the continuous availability of water to its use in agriculture and landscaping. The use of the ...


    By Sistema Azud, S.A.

  • Baker’s yeast wastewater has limited effect on groundwater when used for irrigation

    Untreated wastewater from the baker’s yeast industry can be used to irrigate crops without negatively affecting the chemical quality of the groundwater beneath, recently published research concludes. Although the wastewater increased concentrations of some groundwater contaminants in an area with a high water table, these levels would not pose a risk to human health even if this water was ...

  • ICL Water Solutions supports project for sustainable irrigation management in Zimbabwe

    We continue to support humanitarian actions related to water in Africa. This year we focus our support on a sustainable irrigation project. Target group are 1,540 farmer families including sugar cane farmers and surrounding communities in the Runde region, Zimbabwe, Africa. We partnered with CARE, a well-established international non-governmental organization (NGO) with a long presence in ...


    By Kurita

  • Climate impact on agriculture could lead to calamity

    New research predicts that climate change will transform agriculture, with a drop in yields of up to 18% by 2050 in terms of calories harvested. By then, the global population will have risen by more than 18%, so the consequences could be calamitous. That’s the worst projected outcome. By the same date, the researchers say, yields in terms of calories could have risen by 3%, but that would ...


    By Climate News Network

  • MENA water integrity programme endorsed

    On December 4, 2014 the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) member countries approved the labelling of SIWI’s Capacity Building Programme on Water Integrity in the Middle East and North Africa. Having the political endorsement to implement this programme is a significant step towards achieving a water wise ...

  • Innovative Irrigation Filter Helps California Combat Drought

    A leading US filtration specialist has developed a new product which could help to combat the severe water shortage that is blighting the South-West. California is currently suffering through one of the worst droughts in the past century, threatening the state’s massive agricultural sector. Porvair Filtration Group Inc.’s Sinterflo® MC metal mesh composite product line - ...


    By Porvair Filtration Group

  • Polyethylene mulch, glazing create optimal conditions for soil solarization

    Soil solarization, a process that uses solar radiation to rid the soil of pests, is most common in regions with high solar radiation and high temperatures during the summer season. An alternative to soil fumigation, the process is used either alone or in combination with fumigants. To accomplish solarization, solar radiation is used to passively heat moist soil covered with clear plastic ...

  • Water demand for crops may rise in northern Germany under warmer climate

    By 2070, there may be insufficient water for irrigation to ensure yields and profitability for some crops currently grown in northern Germany - if the IPCC´s worst case climate change scenario becomes a reality - new research warns. To reduce future demand for water under a changing climate, the study suggests that farmers grow different crops and change their management practices. In ...

  • Drought has state debating its unregulated pumping

    Three years of drought have Californians debating an end to the state's status as one of the last in the West with a pump-as-you-please policy for the vital underground sources that provide up to 65 percent of the state's water. Even with falling groundwater tables contributing to mandatory water restrictions for many cities, and forcing farmers and others to drill deeper and deeper wells, it's ...


    By Associated Press

  • Crop Insurance Approved for Pivot-Irrigated Rice

    It has taken a lot of time and work (mostly by other people), but last week we finally got some good news in the pivot rice world. The USDA’s Risk Management Agency board of directors approved the application to provide crop insurance coverage for producers who want to grow rice with pivots. This means that by as early as next spring producers will be able to insure their pivot-irrigated ...


  • World Water Council and FAO step up their partnership

    The World Water Council (WWC) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have agreed to intensify their collaboration in a bid to strengthen global water and food security. Long-time partners, the two organizations will expand their joint work on a number of fronts, including: knowledge and technology development to enhance water productivity; the education of water ...

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