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Richard Restuccia

Green Energy Is Good Energy

According to the U.S. Department of Energy the sun releases the same amount of energy in an hour that the entire world population utilizes over
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Michael Derewenko

Beginners Guide: Flow Sensors

As the cost of water continues to rapidly accelerate there is lots of motivation to monitor and manage your irrigation. While some irrigation controllers can

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Richard Restuccia

Quick Guide: Native Plants

Native plants require far less water, save time, money and should be a part of your landscape plans if you are serious about conservation. Native

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Richard Restuccia

5 Fun Facts About Horticulture

The art of cultivating plants in gardens to produce food and medicinal ingredients, or for comfort and ornamental purposes is known as Horticulture. Horticulturists are agriculturists who grow flowers, fruits and nuts, vegetables and herbs, as well as ornamental trees and lawns. 

Here are some fun facts about horticulture:

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Brad Holliday

Blueberry Crop Bulletin

According to a 2016 report by the US Department of Agriculture, Washington is the nation’s largest producer of cultivated (highbush) blueberries with 132 million pounds

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Michael Derewenko

Extrusion Coast to Coast

JAIN’s Fresno California facility produces tape, supply tubing and emitterline. JAIN Irrigation has three different distribution and manufacturing facilities in the US, our largest and

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Richard Restuccia

Drip Irrigation Design Guide

Water conservation is a key benefit of Jain Irrigation’s low volume irrigation systems. Water, our most precious natural resource, can be utilized with unmatched efficiency

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Richard Restuccia

Quick Guide: Fertilizer

For indoor growers, people growing edible landscapes, gardeners and landscapers, fertilizer is a critical success factor. There’s an amazing amount of fertilizers to choose from

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Richard Restuccia

4 Ways To Kill Your Lawn

Everyday I read about the benefits to kill your lawn and converting turf to a more drought tolerant landscape or better yet, food. However, even my friends who claim to have no green thumb at all still have a hard time killing turf.

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Michael Derewenko

Water Demands for Cannabis

Recently doing some legwork on a design request I found myself making incorrect assumptions about the water demands of Cannabis. The overall demand of the

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Richard Restuccia

Farming Is Changing

Want to make a million dollars from farming? Start with two million. There is a little truth in every joke and this one is no

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Richard Restuccia

3 Indoor Farming Trends

Indoor farming is growing at a rapid pace and the opportunities in and around the industry are the biggest we have seen in most of

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Richard Restuccia

California Drought Resources

The Washington Post reported this week a giant reservoir that supplies a California county’s drinking water is nearly empty. Lake Cachuma, a giant reservoir built to hold

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Richard Restuccia

Beginners Guide: Worm Castings

Worm castings contain five times more nitrogen, seven times more phosphorus and 11 times more potassium than ordinary soil. Worm castings or vermicast are both

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Richard Restuccia

10 Reasons To Love Trees

Trees play an important role in water management and that’s just one reason I love trees. As the New York Times points out, “Trees are nature’s water

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Richard Restuccia

100 Simple Ways To Save Water

To improve water conservation install a rain sensor, it turns off your irrigation when it rains. Use a weather-based controller. The use of smart controllers can reduce water usage

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