irrigation control equipment News

  • Using GPS sensors to economize on irrigation while increasing crop yields

    Domosys Corporation, a leading provider of Power Line Communication (PLC) technology, has announced that Lindsay Corporation, a leading provider of irrigation systems and infrastructure products, has selected Domosys’ PowerBus™ RHINO Technology to significantly improve its irrigation systems. Lindsay’s irrigation system, also called a center pivot, uses Domosys’ PLC technology and products to ...


    By Lindsay Corporation

  • ETwater Honored for New Product Innovation at 2012 Irrigation Association Show

    ET Water Systems, Inc., the market leader in smart controller retrofits and leading solutions provider for smart irrigation management, today announced the SmartWorks™ Replacement Panel developed for the Rain Bird ESP-MC and ESP-SAT series controllers was recognized for excellence in new product innovation in the annual awards contest at the Irrigation Association Show in Orlando, FL. Each ...


    By Marketwire

  • Tri-Tech Signs Strategic Partnering Agreement with an Australian Irrigation Solution Company

    Tri-Tech Holding, Inc. (Nasdaq: TRIT), which provides turn-key water resources management, water and wastewater treatment, industrial safety and pollution control solutions, announced today that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement (the "Agreement") with an ...


    By Tri-Tech Holding Inc.

  • EPA Cultivates Water-Efficient Landscapes

    Washington, D.C. - Just in time for the spring gardening season, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is issuing its first WaterSense label for landscape irrigation. As part of the agency's new water-efficiency partnership program, two certification programs for landscape irrigation professionals received the WaterSense label for their adherence to water-saving techniques.   ...

  • CAFRE (College of Agriculture, Food & Rural Enterprise) win UK award for water management

    Delta-T Devices would like to congratulate Cathal Ellis and Martin Wooster of CAFRE for winning the ‘Exemplar project in Northern Ireland’ which recognises water efficiency achievements. CAFRE currently use the Delta-T GP1 Data Logger and Soil Moisture sensors to automatically control irrigation in their Nursery stock tunnels. On-going work demonstrating best practice within the ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • Valmont Acquires Majority Stake in AgSense, a Leading Agricultural Technology Company

    Valmont Industries, Inc. (NYSE: VMI), a leading global provider of engineered products and services for infrastructure and mechanized irrigation equipment for agriculture, announced today that it has acquired a majority interest in South Dakota-based AgSense (www.agsense.net). The acquisition further extends Valmont’s industry-leading offerings in remote monitoring and control technology ...


  • PROGRÉS CELEBRATES ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY

    On 3rd January 2010 Progrés celebrated its 25th Anniversary. In these 25 years, Progrés has created 74 major innovations and 11 secondary, has sold 66.475 equipments plus 32.840 accessories, all self-manufactured, and has won 37 awards and 5 recognitions to the technological innovation. Moreover, its customers and employees are 'very satisfied' ...

  • Bringing Tire Technology to the Agriculture Industry

    TPMS is an acronym that in the last decade has risen from a basically unknown term to a household name. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the mass majority really understands what TPMS means, how the technology works, and the benefits it can provide to users. Possibly even more unknown is the wide-use applications that TPMS can be utilized on to add those benefits; including uses in the ...


  • New Vermeer service plow with trencher right pick for tight spaces

    Vermeer has introduced a new walk-beside service plow with trencher for contractors who need a productive machine that can work in tight spaces. The PTX40 service plow with an optional forward-mounted trencher and boring attachment was designed primarily for irrigation and utility installations. ...


    By Vermeer

  • Farm machinery and sustainable agriculture must evolve together

    Farm machines have revolutionized agriculture and reduced drudgery for millions of farm families and workers, but the machinery of tomorrow will have to do more than that – it will also have to contribute to agriculture that is environmentally sustainable. A new FAO book Mechanization for rural development, a review of patterns ...

  • Farm machinery and sustainable agriculture must evolve together

    Farm machines have revolutionized agriculture and reduced drudgery for millions of farm families and workers, but the machinery of tomorrow will have to do more than that – it will also have to contribute to agriculture that is environmentally sustainable. A new FAO book Mechanization for rural development, a review of patterns and progress from around ...

  • Latest agricultural technology innovation

    Companies and breakthroughs most likely to help the world produce more food with less Dwindling water, farmland and fossil-based fertilizers are making it increasingly difficult to feed people today, let alone those expected in the future. Select companies are poised to reinvigorate large scale agriculture with cleantech innovations that help expand yields, increase efficiencies, ...


    By Kachan & Co.

  • New Compact Separators From Bauer Group Designed for Small Farms and Waste Processors

    The Bauer Group announces the release of two new high quality press screw separators designed for small farms and waste processing operations with limited energy resources: the Bauer COMPACT and Fan Separator SOLIDRY. With a maximum throughput of 15 cubic yards per hour, and our legendary quality, COMPACT and SOLIDRY are ideal for a wide range of agricultural applications, ...

  • Walki develops new biodegradable mulching paper

    Walki has developed a new fibre-based soil mulching solution that is completely biodegradable. This organic mulch type, which is used for weed control and to optimise soil conditions and crop yield, is the first of its kind on the market. Walki, a leading global producer of technical laminates and protective packaging materials, has developed the first-ever organic mulching solution ...


    By Walki Group Oy

  • BACKHUS Series 21

    Edewecht, Munich, November 4, 2010 – Shortly after celebrating their 25th anniversary, BACKHUS EcoEngineers will be launching a new series of turners, the BACKHUS 21 series. With the new machines, the world’s leading company for turners is reacting to the growing demands in the composting sector. In their 25 years in the composting business, ...


    By Eggersmann GmbH

  • Rough Brothers Announces the Acquisition of the Assets of XS Smith

    Rough Brothers Greenhouses, the largest greenhouse manufacturing company in North America announced today that it has bought the assets of XS Smith, Inc. The XS Smith purchased assets; include all manufacturing equipment and inventory, trade names, and all greenhouse structure and systems products and designs. As part of the transaction, Rough ...


    By Rough Brothers Inc.

  • Disruptive changes coming in technologies of food production, finds report

    Changes in the way food is grown will soon represent risk to existing dominant players worldwide and create new opportunities in agriculture, a new report finds. Increasing population, climate change, rising fossil fuel prices, ecosystem degradation and water and land scarcity are making today's food production methods increasingly unsustainable and driving important new innovation in ...


    By Kachan & Co.

  • Four million people food insecure in Madagascar

    As many as 4 million people in rural areas of Madagascar are food insecure following this year's reduced harvest. Production of rice – the Indian Ocean island's staple – and maize has been badly hit by erratic weather and a locust invasion. A further 9.6 million people are at risk of food insecurity, say two United Nations agencies. The extent of the island's food crisis is revealed ...

  • USD 10-million facility for studying climate change effects on plant growth opens at IRRI

    On a hot, breezy afternoon on 21 January 2016, an international gathering of agricultural scientists and development officials dedicated the Lloyd T. Evans Plant Growth Facility (PGF) on the campus of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI). The opening of the USD 10 million state-of-the-art facility manifests IRRI’s commitment to better understand the effects of climate change on ...

  • Managing Late Blight of Potatoes and Tomatoes

    Late blight is one of the most serious diseases of potatoes and tomatoes worldwide, resulting in significant yield and quality losses annually. In Alberta, late blight occurs infrequently, but can have devastating impacts in the years when it reaches epidemic levels.  “This disease is caused by a fungal pathogen called Phytophthora infestans,” says Robert Spencer, ...

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