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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Subsurface drip and overhead irrigation: a comparison of plant boll distribution in upland cotton

    Although subsurface drip (SSD) is used as a water-efficient alternative to overhead irrigation in many crops, the effects of SSD on the distribution of bolls on cotton plants (Gossypium hirsutum L.) have not been thoroughly examined. The purpose of this study was to add to the current knowledge about the effects of SSD on cotton yield dynamics. Cultivar DP 488 BG/RR was grown in three studies ...


  • How many soil moisture units will I need for my farm?

    Soil moisture monitoring is a tool to assist with fine tuning irrigation scheduling.  The greater the number of locations measured,  the greater the resolution the data gathered will provide. If you are measuring one area and making ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Impact Sprinklers

    Impact Sprinklers

    The 30 Series impacts are specifically designed for delivering maximum efficiency at lower flows between 1.84 to 6.42 gpm (418 to 1458 L/hr) for Senninger’s 3/4″ sprinklers.