Hear what growers had to say about management of agriculture, energy and water use!

Current practices by growers reveal a distinct interest in using technology to solve irrigation efficiency issues and to make energy‐conserving improvements. However, industry professionals who are involved with technology products for soil monitoring and control are aware of the misuse and the poor performance that some growers are receiving from the technology’s implementation. The goals…

June ICWT Newsletter

Field testing with the world’s first latching AC solenoid valve for center pivots and well maintenance and rehabilitation are the topics for the June 15 Water Cluster Meeting.               Click here to read more… Click here to register! <style type=”text/css”> .wpb_animate_when_almost_visible { opacity: 1; }</style> Also in this issue: Central Valley…

February ICWT Newsletter

Valves-automation with fluidic-signals transmitted through existing water pipelines and the basics of Enterprises Resources Planning are the topics for the March 16 Cluster Meeting. Click here to read more… Click here to register! Also in this issue: Resources & opportunities to empower youth Water Stress & a Changing SJV event March 7 in Clovis Working…

Grower Survey

The Center for Irrigation Technology at Fresno State is conducting a grower survey to determine the current level of water management technology used to assist in developing irrigation schedules.  The purpose of this study is to identify technology and/or services that improve water and energy efficiency (costs).  All of your responses will remain anonymous.  The…

Irrigation Seminars at the WAE

Presentation at the World Ag Expo in Tulare – February 11, 2016 The Irrigation Association and the Center for Irrigation Technology are organizing an Irrigation Seminar series for the World Ag Expo in Tulare on Thursday February 11, 2016. We are looking for abstracts from IA members to participate. We ask that the presentation be…

May ICWT Newsletter

DropControl irrigation management system – the olives experience and  the benefits of computational fluid dynamics modeling in the design of water treatment systems are the topics of the June 18 Water Cluster meeting.  Click here to read more… Click here to register! Also in this issue: Water Use Efficiency for Specialty Crops – June 25 Fresno…