A Western Red Bud tree blossoms on a site in San Diego letting us know Spring is here.
A black and white print of the sun setting over Lake Tahoe.
Lake Isabella in the Southern Sierra Nevada mountains has seen stable water levels since the Spring rains.
Spencer Cooper with the California Almond Board inspecting almonds for frost damage after record low temperatures. Grower has added a second irrigation line with jets
These vines where under seven feet of water two weeks before this photograph of bud break.
DeHaviland Otter floatplanes coming in to pick up guest for a fligth back to Juneau Alaska after lunch at the Taku Glacier Lodge. Return flight
Margerie Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park – The glacier is over a mile wide at the point and extends 21 miles upstream to its
Thousands of acres of Chapin Deluxe are being installed for the upcoming strawberry crop.
The perfect sunset overlooking the Malad River in Idaho.
Ferry’s arrive at the famous Market Street Promenade in the financial district of San Francisco.
A strawberry crop using Chapin Deluxe to grow California’s finest strawberries.
Taking in a beautiful Yosemite sunset
Pistachios at a Fresno State facility come towards the end of their cycle.
Using an Observant system to help predict the next irrigation will make these cherries “sweet”!
Pre hustle and bustle on a Sunday morning, Madison Ave NYC.
Dormant wine grapes with a grass cover crop planted to protect against frost and improve soil health.
A prepared field waiting for the morning fog to break. This field will be planted with transplants for processing tomatoes early next month.
Plowing the ground and getting it ready for the next crop.
Another satisfied onion grower admiring his crop grown with Jain Turbo Tape.
Lettuce sprouts being irrigated with Chapin drip tape near Salinas CA. Drip irrigation on the California’s Central Coast allow farmers to better control and reduce
A fresh picked crop of green onions is on its way from this farm to your plate.
Turbo Tape irrigating a young garlic crop in western Fresno County. Garlic is irrigated with sprinkler pipe during germination and then drip tape is installed
It’s important to always monitor your crop and check the DU (Distribution Uniformity) to ensure you are getting the most out of your drip system.
Cascade thin-wall emitterline installed in a field in western Central California. This field will be next spring.
Jain Logic C3 in a gloomy orchard.
Hemp being grown with Chapin drip tape in California.
Beaches and parks are now shut down for distancing reasons, this image was taken the day before the shutdown.
California’s official vegetable. This is a commonly drip irrigated crop that uses 7/8” 8MIL 8”sp .40GPM/100-ft.
Putting the finishing touches on a great indoor irrigation system, soon dragging hoses around will be a thing of the past.
The Jain Jet providing a shot of water to help ensure a great blossom.
Looking forward to the day when GeneSys (Variable Rate Sprinkler) is on every one of these.
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 in Yosemite Valley
One of the many peaceful lochs you will find all over Scotland.
A leaf lettuce crop on an early fall morning.
The fall colors in Idaho are spectacular in late September and early October.
A large male lion looks on as spectators marvel at the NOLA Zoo.
JAIN Supply Tubing is installed with Click-Tif point source emitters, ideal design for maximum water savings.
High water flows cascading over the “Niagara of the West” at 21,000 cfs will supply water to many growers for this cropping season.
Almonds on the ground after harvest. The nuts will be swept into rows and picked up for processing.
Hot tubing resin is cooled before being coiled at the JAIN extrusion facility in Haines City, FL.
Vineyards in France get ready for the colder part of the year by draining irrigation lines and covering the ground around roots.
Australian Sunset through a barbed wire fence.
Allan Mark uses Turbo Tape for his drip onions to supply the exact amount of water and fertilizer to his crop.
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.
Lettuce is a cool-season crop grown primarily with sprinklers and drip irrigation.
A field of drip irrigated lettuce is looking great in the Salinas Valley
Getting closer to harvest grapes.
Kings Creek Meadow in Lassen Volcanic National Park
Potatoes that are almost ready for row-closure – these will be harvested in October 2018.
California sweet corn grown with subsurface drip irrigation (SDI) using Jain Cascade drip tape.
Farmer discussing the benefits of his newly installed Jain Irrigation monitoring and control system.
Peaches and nectarine are beginning to bloom in California, which produce’s 95% of the US crop.
Amazing fall colors blanket orchard floor new Yuba City, California.
Count on a hassle-free installation with Chapin Drip Tape. The robust tensile strength make this a great option for this onion field in Ontario, Oregon.
Mainline pipe ready to be installed in a mature almond orchard.
Lakeside, California sits in a river valley surrounded by what is called the Yosemite of Southern California.
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
Temperatures in Pauma Valley are getting up into the 90’s this week. Growers make sure their irrigation is up and running for the hot months
Each year almond blossoms bring the Central Valley a wonderful gift of beauty. Protecting blossoms from frost early in the season is a primary concern
Lettuce grown with drip irrigation in western Fresno County.
Motivational signs in Northern Mississippi.
Yosemite is always a great choice to visit when making a trip to California which is located only 1 ½ hours from our Fresno factory.
Huntington Beach is another vacation mecca for beach goers from our Northern Canadian guests.
Lettuce near Soledad, California being irrigated with Jain Irrigation Chapin drip tape. Chapin drip tape is one of the only products available in a 7/8”
A bunch of grapes vines grown at Duarte Nursery in Turlock soon to be a vineyard producing wine somewhere in Califonia.
Mature almond trees in the Central California Fog.
Orchard grass covering dormant walnuts in the winter. Above average rainfall in Central California has helped cover crops grow to their full potential.
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.
Drip irrigated with Jain Turbo Tape every 60”. One line of drip tape will irrigate two rows of corn.
Vernal Falls in Yosemite Valley provides an amazing view as water heads out the the Central Valley of California to help irrigate the crops we
A typical double line drip system for California almonds.
A Jain Jet irrigating almond trees that were in bloom in February of 2019
An East Idaho potato crop from earlier this summer.
Paris tramways have been retrofitted with subsurface drip irrigation and turf to reduce sound and surface heat.
Grower in the Rouge River area of Southern Oregon installing a soil moisture probe and weather station to improve their irrigation decisions.
A crew in the Salinas Valley working hard to get this lettuce crop planted. This crop will be irrigated both with sprinkler and drip irrigation.
A uniform stand of drip irrigated onions with Turbo Tape.
A local lake patron eyes up his next fairway drive at Heritage Isles Golf Club in Wesley Chapel, Florida.
Double line drip is a common irrigation application to maximize water-use-efficiency.
Rice harvest wrapping up in Sacramento Valley.
View of young walnut trees through arches of chapter house being built at the New Clairvaux Monastery in Vina, California.
Bromeliads are irrigated with the preferred method, overhead sprinklers.
With Summer temps heating up in Southern California, bromeliad season is starting to take off.
Great wetting patterns in this double line drip almond orchard.
Always worth the visit to El Matador Beach near Malibu, CA.
An old car deteriorates alongside a road outside of Boone, North Carolina.
99.9% of the commercial strawberries in California are grown with drip irrigation as the primary method of irrigation.
Garlic grown near Five Points, CA in western Fresno county. This garlic will be harvested in several months and taken in to be processed into
California’s Santa Cruz Boardwalk.
A 3 mile round trip hike up the “Mist Trail” to Vernal Falls – the water was flowing less than normal with the warm summer.
The Idaho fall colors are in full-effect near the Palisade Reservoir
American flags were posted on tee boxes at this years annual SDASLA golf tournament-Maderas Golf Club, Poway CA.
Quality control inspectors make sure every component is perfect for their medical devices at Andercraft Manufacturing.
A common tape application on the CA Coast with 7/8” MIL Chapin. Many growers have switched over to Thinwall tape to reduce labor, cross-contamination, and
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
A field of processing tomatoes (primarily used for tomato sauce and ketchup) is wrapping up the harvest in this field.
A walk to the Bay Bridge while visiting San Francisco
Pre-irrigation on a future cotton field. The ground is flooded to increase soil moisture content and help decrease salinity in the soil to help create
Photo – Courtesy of Kris Nightengale – An innovative way for evaporative cooling from high above with the Jain Fogger for apples in the PNW.
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