Noe Rodriguez from Zirkle Fruit looking after some of the JAIN Cooling projects in their apple fields.
This established spring wheat crop in Eastern Idaho is a sign that the growing season is underway.
With Summer temps heating up in Southern California, bromeliad season is starting to take off.
A newer vineyard planting with the majestic Mt. Hood in the background.
A more common method grown under glass is to use a multi-outlet-dripper to deliver precise amounts of water to each container.
This drip irrigated California vineyard is getting closer to harvest.
Have you ever walked across the Golden Gate Bridge?
Dylan Perry skates off a bump into a steep downhill in downtown San Diego, CA.
A planting of rice from last season at sunset. A lot of interest in drip irrigation for rice to help increase yields and maximize water
The success of an onion crop depends on a quality drip irrigation system. Many growers trust Turbo Tape from Jain Irrigation to deliver excellent results.
Evening row on the Williamette River in Portland, Oregon.
Temps are up into the 90’s in certain parts of the South, here in the Blue Ridge Mountains the sun sits high alongside the moon.
Double-line PC drip irrigation on 4th leaf pistachio trees. Utilizing Jain Irrigation products with pressure compensation allows for maximum uniformity across fields. This truly allows
Lettuce grown in California with Chapin 5 MIL as a single use product that will be recycled when the lettuce is harvested.
Desert tour guides are gearing up for the warm weather. Here a guide shows a group how fast flammable Firecracker Cactus lights up.
Lettuce is a major crop in the Salinas Valley that is usually planted from Feb – Jul and harvested May through Oct.
The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London, when first opened to the public in
See the contrast in the zone change from a 12 hour irrigation set to a 3 hour set.
Alfalfa irrigated using sub-surface drip irrigation (SDI). Spring alfalfa cuttings are usually very green and have high nutrient contents and will be blended with other
The village of Portree is the largest on the Isle of Skye. If you want to know what real Fish & Chips taste like this
Early morning sunrises just outside of Jackson Wyoming are spectacular. This barn has been around since the early 1900’s with the Grand Tetons in its
Saturated soil after recent rains in Central California. California relies on winter storms to bring rain and snow for future irrigation.
An example of one of the many single lane roads that cover the Isle.
Hot tubing resin is cooled before being coiled at the JAIN extrusion facility in Haines City, FL.
Sun shining through trees along a trail near Lost Lake in the Mt. Hood area of Oregon.
A field of Idaho sweet corn ready to be picked on a summer morning
A partially enclosed landscape provides a calm space between meetings.
The Old Man of Storr is one of the best known hikes in all of Scotland. It is located on the north of Skye in
A red barn situated in a sprinkler irrigated fruit orchard near Hood River, OR.
A great way to cool your apple crop with the Jain Fogger. It creates evaporative cooling and can reduce the temps by 15 degrees.
California’s official vegetable. This is a commonly drip irrigated crop that uses 7/8” 8MIL 8”sp .40GPM/100-ft.
Pink Hibiscus blossom at Calafia State Park in Southern California.
Winter rains have provided moisture for vegetation growth on many fields across the Central Valley.
Roses prefer water directly to their root base and drip irrigation is ideal for this application method. Pictured are roses in a Madrid garden reliant
With California under a constant state of drought, boutique cafe’s like this one in Carlsbad, CA offer patrons a look at creative succulent designs.
Cotton ready to be harvested in Central California. Cotton harvest generally runs from the end of September to the beginning of November.
A typical double line drip system for California almonds.
A harvested blueberry crop that is commonly grown with drip irrigation to precisely deliver water and nutrients to the crop.
Rainfall in this vineyard near Hopeland, CA totalled almost 6″ in a day, breaking the record for the highest amount in recorded history.
A trencher in the field for some post-harvest work.
We primarily promote drip irrigation, but realize it’s not a fit for every field or every crop. Here’s a great photo showing pivot technology in
Chapin drip tape buried below this lettuce crop in the San Joaquin Valley.
Runner on trail around Lagoon Valley near Vacaville California.
The quintessential picture of the original American homestead.
Row boaters enjoy the warm Central Park weather while rowing about in The Lake.
Ramping up for playoff season the Tampa Bay Lightning own a commanding lead over the NHL by ten games.
A Cuban bakery in Tampa, FL continues a long tradition of using palm leaves in their Cuban bread to add taste and humidity.
From this farm near Tokavaig the ruins of Dunscaith Castle is just a short one kilometer walk.
A field of onions grown with Chapin BTF in Eastern Oregon.
Looking forward to the day when GeneSys (Variable Rate Sprinkler) is on every one of these.
A local lake patron eyes up his next fairway drive at Heritage Isles Golf Club in Wesley Chapel, Florida.
Jain Smart Jet irrigating a crop of newly planted lemons.
South beach and the rest of FL braces for what’s the be a brutal hurricane season. Pictured here is the boardwalk on South Beach where
Drip Irrigated Lettuce In Salinas, CA
Precision irrigation begins with a great drip irrigation system designed for any topography.
A fresh picked crop of green onions is on its way from this farm to your plate.
Processing tomatoes are often transplanted into the soil to increase the stand efficiency. The drip tape is buried under the soil about 8-inches directly under
View of young orchard under a cloud of smoke created by the historic Camp Fire in Northern California.
View of young walnut trees through arches of chapter house being built at the New Clairvaux Monastery in Vina, California.
Snowshoeing on the banks of Manazanita Lake in Lassen Volcanic National Park.
Turbo Tape that utilizes Jain Irrigation end ball valves to help make flushing irrigation lines easier and more cost effective during the season.
Fresh rain events followed by warm weather help promote strong growth and good development of the nuts. Once the rain no longer comes, this orchard
Almonds in Madera, California beginning to change colors and drop their leaves.
With Labor Day weekend now passed Southern California prepares for some of the best weather of the year.
Seattle is coming up on it’s dryer part of the year. Tourists looking for sunshine in the Pacific Northwest can visit Seattle and check out
Pallets of green peppers are cleaned and ready for processing at the Jain Farm Fresh facility in Merced California.
California cotton being grown in western Fresno County. California predominately grows Pima cotton which is a higher valued variety of cotton. Last year there were
Soon to be covered in snow, Hershey Pennsylvania is seeing an end to their corn season.
Pistachios that are a few weeks away from maturity and will be ready for harvest.
Installing a soil moisture monitoring site at the time of planting helps guarantee growing a great tree from the start.
Growing new strawberry plants using drip tape for irrigation that will later be transplanted for berry production.
Fall time view of the clouds in an apple orchard near Quincy, Washington.
A beautiful government building in Madrid Spain.
Rice harvest wrapping up in Sacramento Valley.
The sun rises over Long Beach, CA
Dairy cows or “Happy Cows”, as we say in California at a farm in the Point Reyes National Seashore.
Brad Holliday from JAIN standing in a field of corn that is drip irrigated with Turbo Tape. We’re holding a field day on August 29th
Every row of trees is designed with Top Drip Emitterline to provide the exact amount of water and fertilizer for each tree.
Cascade thin-wall emitterline installed in a field in western Central California. This field will be next spring.
Mature organic blueberry crop being irrigated with Jain Irrigation Amnon emitterline. Harvest is about 5 weeks away in the California Central Valley and will be
Finley Bridge in Medicine Alberta prepares for a long winter of snow and ice.
Hemp being grown with Chapin drip tape in California.
A few fields with grapes still on the vine in Washington State.
Another satisfied onion grower admiring his crop grown with Jain Turbo Tape.
With water restrictions still underway in Southern California landscapers are looking for creative ways to save water while still maintaining aesthetically pleasing designs.
Lunch break on the summit of Brokeoff Mountain (9236′) with a view of Lassen Peak (10,463′) in the background.
Young lettuce crop being grown in western Fresno County.
Hemp fields in Oregon will provide valuable extracts for patients throughout the state.
The Louvre in Paris once served as the royal palace, now it the largest art gallery in the world.
The city heats up in July, Chinatown NYC.
View from the back deck of cruise ship of the 21 mile long Margerie Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park.
Groomed hedges line walkways of this Madrid estate.
Reflection of trees in Big Chico Creek, in the historic Bidwell Park, where The Adventures of Robin Hood starring Errol Flynn was filmed in 1938.
Jain C3 Best Angle
A uniform field of drip irrigated beans with the drip tape buried a few inches below the soil surface.
Modeled after liquid mercury, Cloud Gate sits in Chicago’s Millennium Park.
Center pivot technology on small grain production in Idaho
All the companies that make up the JAIN family are looking forward to getting back to exhibiting at events as soon as things return to
Yes, there was a time when water consciousness didn’t exist. This time for myself, the author, was apparently 1985.
TJ Sparks dodges some Florida winter time humidity and a loading dock bar outside of Tampa.
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