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
Believe it or not libraries do still exist and this great looking building in downtown Houston shines brighter than ever.
A recent visit to the Dole Pineapple Plantation which grows pineapples on 20,000 acres on Oahu, HI.
A newly developed vineyard supplied with Jain Top Drip to deliver precise amounts of water to each plant.
Grower in the Rouge River area of Southern Oregon installing a soil moisture probe and weather station to improve their irrigation decisions.
Geese have migrated back to their home land for the nice summer weather. The geese stand guard over an Ohio State University building.
Drip irrigation provides water and fertilizer to this uniform onion crop.
With 23,000 plants per acre, the ideal growing conditions would include sunny days with cool nights and moderate temperatures of 60-70 degrees. Pineapples grow best
Now covered in a Scottish haze, Carnoustie is a course played by visitors from around the world in Summer.
Using lines in your hardscape can help guide tree and plant locations when designing a landscape.
Hot tubing resin is cooled before being coiled at the JAIN extrusion facility in Haines City, FL.
Vines enjoying some sunshine after recent storms and foggy weather.
University of Georgia has dominated the SEC for decades, their new tennis facility sits in angst.
Groomed hedges line walkways of this Madrid estate.
An out-of-control dandelion field in East Idaho.
Keeping water below the surface maximizes water use, for this reason many contractors are turning to sub-surface drip irrigation for turf in warmer climates.
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
Jain Logic field demonstration day, giving farmers experience and confidence in a system that offers them agronomic insights.
In between rain the UCLA Bruins took on the CAL Berkeley Golden Bears in Los Angeles.
Planting of Super Hi-Density olives near Tracy, CA. Tight spacing and pruning allows for mechical harvesting of the olives that will be used for oil.
Washington DC is seeing the last of the leaves fall from the trees before winter. Here the Hill Center gets ready for an event.
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
Ian Gow tries out his gloves for the first time this year in St Louis MO.
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Pre hustle and bustle on a Sunday morning, Madison Ave NYC.
Sun shining through trees along a trail near Lost Lake in the Mt. Hood area of Oregon.
Looking forward to the day when GeneSys (Variable Rate Sprinkler) is on every one of these.
The perfect sunset overlooking the Malad River in Idaho.
The season is almost at an end with the sweetness of the California cherry crop.
JAIN Unity water management software is now available for all ETwater controllers, here the interface is used on site with an iPad.
Photographers prepare as the change of season finds it’s way to higher elevations in Southern California.
Amnon emitterline being installed for irrigating a new cherry orchard to be planted. The use of big reels for installation reduced the number of fittings
California table grapes being grown near Fresno, CA. These grapes are irrigated using Jain Amnon emitterline. Amnon is a pressure compensating emitter which helps this
Smoke fills the Los Angeles skies after weeks of roaring Malibu fires.
Another view of the Scioto on a very hot summer day in Columbus OH.
Baboons and baby baboons are as curious with humans as we are to them.
Chapin drip tape being installed for strawberry rootstock.
A fresh picked crop of green onions is on its way from this farm to your plate.
Mature cork oak trees can grow up to 75 feet tall and live up to 200 years.
One of the many peaceful lochs you will find all over Scotland.
Beaches and parks are now shut down for distancing reasons, this image was taken the day before the shutdown.
Water has been flowing from the ground and creating caves in Cave Spring Georgia as long as humans have existed in the area. This adjacent
Wrapping up the carrot harvest in the Central Valley of California.
Pallets of green peppers are cleaned and ready for processing at the Jain Farm Fresh facility in Merced California.
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
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
Desert tour guides are gearing up for the warm weather. Here a guide shows a group how fast flammable Firecracker Cactus lights up.
Jacob Brumm serves it up at the UTR California Championship in Palos Verdes, CA.
Almond blossoms in a young orchard. Blossom development requires adequate soil moisture and moderate temperatures to fully develop into a crop.
Early spring in vineyard with cover crop growing. If you look close you can see the drip irrigation lines hanging from the trellis wire.
Pictured here is a tributary moving the last of this years snow melt down into Lake Isabella.
Mainline pipe ready to be installed in a mature almond orchard.
Walkways are getting their fair share of traffic with lockdown ordinances in place throughout the country.
A red barn situated in a sprinkler irrigated fruit orchard near Hood River, OR.
These wildflowers can create issues as they encroach farm ground.
Quality control inspectors make sure every component is perfect for their medical devices at Andercraft Manufacturing.
Winter rains have provided moisture for vegetation growth on many fields across the Central Valley.
Inspecting garlic after harvest in central California.
Fresh market peaches transitioning into fall.
This lake at 11,600’ in the High Sierra of California helps provide the water needed to grow crops with drip and micro irrigation systems in
Spectators watch and listen while new technology is presented at MidPlains Ag Irrigation Day.
A field of Idaho sweet corn ready to be picked on a summer morning
Onion seed production in Madera, CA. These seed bulbs will be hand-harvested using a knife to cut them off, placed in a sack and removed
Idaho potatoes planted in spring of 2017.
Growing new strawberry plants using drip tape for irrigation that will later be transplanted for berry production.
Rice harvest is underway in California with predictions of a good crop for 2019.
California’s Santa Cruz Boardwalk.
The Oregon high plains get there last weeks of sunlight before the snowfall.
A field of mature almonds in Northern CA – the perfect orchard for a conversion to double-line drip or micro-sprinkler.
Chapin drip tape buried below this lettuce crop in the San Joaquin Valley.
An alfalfa field cut and drying out. This field is irrigated using sub-surface drip irrigation (SDI), so growers can harvest their crop and still irrigate.
Snowshoeing on the banks of Manazanita Lake in Lassen Volcanic National Park.
A mature cotton crop in the boll stage almost ready for harvest in the Central Valley.
Of the 430,000 acres of corn grown in California, a majority of the acres are corn silage which is harvested for feed.
Double line drip in blueberries with Amnon Emitterline to deliver the exact amount of water to each plant.
A common scene in the Salinas Valley during the month of May.
Thousands of acres of Chapin Deluxe are being installed for the upcoming strawberry crop.
Temperatures are reaching triple digits in this almond field near Fresno, CA.
Sub-Surface drip irrigation is an excellent way to irrigation processing tomato transplants.
Over July 4th weekend temperatures in San Diego were upwards of 95 degrees.
A drip irrigated vineyard is getting closer to harvest. These grapes will be harvested based on their content levels of sugar and other factors depending
A large male lion looks on as spectators marvel at the NOLA Zoo.
Good water flow at Horseshoe Bend that is located just 5 miles south of the Glen Canyon Dam having a current water elevation of 3,625-ft.
It’s pretty impressive to see a 60 year-old walnut grove. This grove will make way for a new planting of high density walnuts in the
Drip irrigated wine grapes near the Columbia River in Washington.
Northern California fires are blanketing vineyards and subdivisions, smoke can be seen into the Kern River Valley almost 400 miles away.
Every row of trees is designed with Top Drip Emitterline to provide the exact amount of water and fertilizer for each tree.
Trail above Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon.
Huntington Beach is another vacation mecca for beach goers from our Northern Canadian guests.
Getting a walnut orchard ready for another year of production.
A great way to cool your apple crop with the Jain Fogger. It creates evaporative cooling and can reduce the temps by 15 degrees.
Australian Sunset through a barbed wire fence.
A 10-acre California citrus grove irrigated with the Jain Smart Jet for optimal irrigation coverage.
South Texas has seen it’s fair share of natural disasters over the years, this abandoned house in Portland has seen more bad days than good.
Wrapping up harvest of drip irrigated processing tomatoes in California from last fall.
Weather Station at the Vierra Brothers almond orchard in Maxwell CA
New plantings often require new irrigation systems. This vineyard is in the process of being planted by hand and will be irrigated with the brand
Drip irrigation will deliver each vine the exact amount of water and fertilizer needed to grow an excellent crop.
The sun rises over Long Beach, CA
A typical winter sunset in Eastern Idaho
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