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8/23/18

Wetting Pattern

When using drip tape an even wetting pattern is very important. When plants are young it is easy to spot issues with wetting patterns, you

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8/10/17

Bandol France

The French Riviera is no mystery to tourists during the summer. In the small coastal city of Bandol fishing ships bring back the days catch

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12/13/18

Celery Harvest

Celery is common drip irrigated crop on the California Coast. Celery for the fresh market is still typically hand-harvested.

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6/21/18

Bamboo Forest

The 4 mile round trip Pipiwai Trail takes you through a mystical bamboo forest on the way to the 400′ high Waimoku Falls. Trail is

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11/7/19

Cotton

Cotton ready to be harvested in Central California. Cotton harvest generally runs from the end of September to the beginning of November.

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06-04-20

Amnon White

Newly installed Amnon PC emitterline.  Amnon PC emitterilne is an industry leading inline pressure compensating drip line that uses a robust emitter design packaged with

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3/8/18

Almond Bloom

Almond Bloom is in full swing in CA. A great irrigation system can help supply water and nutrients to the crop and also aid in

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2/5/20

Atlanta

A few years back, photographers relied on light meters and in-camera settings to get the right exposure. Long exposures like this image shot on slide

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5/3/18

Almond Trials

One almond variety out of 30 different varieties in a 15 year trial at the Salida Teaching and Research Farm.

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8/31/17

Center Pivot

Looking forward to the day when GeneSys (Variable Rate Sprinkler) is on every one of these.

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3/13/19

Flooded Grapes

Rainfall in this vineyard near Hopeland, CA totalled almost 6″ in a day, breaking the record for the highest amount in recorded history.

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7/20/17

Poplar Trees

Every row of trees is designed with Top Drip Emitterline to provide the exact amount of water and fertilizer for each tree.

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04-09-20

Pistachio Trees

Pistachio trees are beginning to flush out for the season.  Just a week ago these same trees only had small swollen buds, but with recent

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06-04-20

Cotton

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

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04-09-20

Field Monitoring

Checking Jain Logic irrigation monitoring equipment during an early season irrigation event in central California.  It is always recommended that you check your irrigation monitoring

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2/22/18

Great Wheel

With an overall height of 175 feet, the Seattle Great Wheel was the tallest Ferris wheel on the West Coast of the United States when

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9/5/19

US Open

Inside Louis Armstrong stadium fans watch and sweat as tennis greats battle it out in the 2019 US Open.

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9/19/19

Fittings

Fittings installed on a brand new irrigation system. These Jain Power-Loc fittings connect the underground pipe to the drip emission devices to deliver water across

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05-07-20

Pepper Man

The best thing you can see in your field is your shadow.  Checking on the first irrigation of a pepper crop after establishment with sprinklers. 

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02-19-20

Turbo Tape Flush

Turbo Tape that utilizes Jain Irrigation end ball valves to help make flushing irrigation lines easier and more cost effective during the season.

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3/29/18

Tomatoes

Sub-Surface drip irrigation is an excellent way to irrigation processing tomato transplants.

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07-16-20

1985

Yes, there was a time when water consciousness didn’t exist. This time for myself, the author, was apparently 1985.

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3/28/19

Barn

Pacific Northwest is apparent in this orchard just outside of Hood River.

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8/1/19

Hops

Drip irrigated hops in the Treasure Valley which is near Boise, Idaho.

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11/8/18

Cotton

Due to a short rain season in California, experts are predicting CA cotton acres to be down by around 12%.

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5/22/19

Corn

Of the 430,000 acres of corn grown in California, a majority of the acres are corn silage which is harvested for feed.

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8/16/19

Amsterdam

A tight fit road in Amsterdam shot on what is slowly becoming obsolete, 35mm film.

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8/23/18

Kiwi Vineyard

This is a sad example of the impact of water shortages in Califorina. This kiwi vineyard sacrificed to use water for other crops.

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4/26/18

Paris Cemetery

Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison are among Frederic Chopin’s neighbors in this Paris cemetery.

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2/21/19

Aqualine Vines

New drip irrigation system installed on a vineyard trellis system using Jain Irrigation Aqualine emitterline.

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11/8/18

Vine

California boast some wonderful vineyards with a vast array of different varieties.

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7/13/17

Rose Garden Madrid

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

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4/19/18

Zion

It’s always a great day to hike in Zion National Park

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8/21/19

Napa

A common scene of drip irrigation in the Napa Valley. Drip will help this crop deliver water and nutrients directly to the plant.

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High Sierra Lake

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

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8/3/17

Paso Vineyard

Precision irrigation begins with a great drip irrigation system designed for any topography.

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3/28/19

Citrus

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.

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6/14/18

Central Park

Central Park is full of giant bedrock protruding the ground. This bedrock is one of the main reasons Manhattan skyscrapers are able to extend so

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10/3/19

Beach

Warm weather led to water temps that cooked the local kelp causing it to wash ashore in substantial amounts.

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2/5/20

Andrew Reynolds

Finding suitable locations to kickflip is a challenge. Fortunately, this local Lakeland, Florida college, provided an excellent roof for grass clearance.

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8/17/17

Idaho Wheat Harvest

One of the last wheat fields to be harvested in Idaho. This wheat field will be followed up with a drip irrigated onion field for

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11/29/18

PVC mainlines

New PVC mainlines being installed through trees of a mature almond orchard near Durham, CA.

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05-01-20

Outdoor Landscape

Walkways are getting their fair share of traffic with lockdown ordinances in place throughout the country.

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01-16-19

Apple

Some of the last apples in Washington State as apple harvest has come to an end for the season.

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9/12/19

Cooling

Apples in the Pacific Northwest being cooled with the Jain Fogger.

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Beaches COVID-19

Beaches and parks are now shut down for distancing reasons, this image was taken the day before the shutdown.

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8/10/17

US Open Surfing

Things are heating up in Southern California and not just because of the temperature. Huntington Beach hosted the US Open of Surfing and the Vans

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6/15/17

Napa Valley Vineyard

Farmers are always implementing great AgTech tools such as drip irrigation to deliver precise amounts of water and fertilizer to their crops.

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10/10/19

Citrus

Citrus trees with drip irrigation in the Central Valley of California.

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9/27/18

Fogger

A bird’s eye view of the Jain Fogger providing cooling to apple growers in Washington State. Evaporative cooling can reduce the temperature by more than

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07-16-20

Blue Ridge Mountain

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.

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10/10/19

Oxbow Bend

A visit to Oxbow Bend in the Grand Teton National Park is a must when visiting Wyoming.

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8/9/18

Onions

These onions are grown with Chapin drip tape and are weeks away from harvest.

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10/20/17

Miami Beach Boardwalk

Now that the storms have settled down for the season Miami can get back to what its good at, providing a great suntanning environment.

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10/6/17

Washington DC fall

Washington DC is seeing the last of the leaves fall from the trees before winter. Here the Hill Center gets ready for an event.

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3/1/18

Sailing in Glacier Bay

Margerie Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park – The glacier is over a mile wide at the point and extends 21 miles upstream to its

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8/7/19

Peppers

Peppers being irrigated with Chapin BTF drip tape in the southern San Joaquin Valley. These peppers were harvested this day but needed water to hold

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6/15/17

Shoshone Falls

High water flows cascading over the “Niagara of the West” at 21,000 cfs will supply water to many growers for this cropping season.

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8/31/17

Watsonville Lettuce

Lettuce is a major crop in the Salinas Valley that is usually planted from Feb – Jul and harvested May through Oct.

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