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.
Texas and the South have been seeing large amounts of rain but heat and humidity are still to come. National sites like the Alamo are
Every year it takes approximately 2.6 million hives with 30,000-60,000 bees each to pollinate California’s almonds.
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
Two new soil moisture stations installed in a fresh planting of lettuce helping manage water applications for the shallow rooted crop. Helping keep water and
A surfer heads to the water at the pier in Pismo Beach, CA during a break in rain storms.
Jain Logic C3 in a gloomy orchard.
The village of Portree is the largest on the Isle of Skye. If you want to know what real Fish & Chips taste like this
Vines enjoying some sunshine after recent storms and foggy weather.
Artichokes are often times referred to as “the vegetable that’s always in season” because it’s planted both on the CA Coast and in the Desert
Pacific ocean in Monterey, California during the sunrise.
A field of strawberries grown with 6 MIL Chapin Deluxe drip tape.
Washington apple production is expected to drop by 2% this year. Most of the apples are gown with drip and micro irrigation to maximize their
Have you ever walked across the Golden Gate Bridge?
Rainfall in this vineyard near Hopeland, CA totalled almost 6″ in a day, breaking the record for the highest amount in recorded history.
Encinitas, California is the flower capital of the world because of it’s mild climate during the year. Allowing visitors to witness blooms throughout the year.
Drip irrigated onions from last season grown with Chapin Deluxe drip tape.
Center pivot technology on small grain production in Idaho
Snow caps burn off for the summer in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains near Big Bear, CA.
A Western Red Bud tree blossoms on a site in San Diego letting us know Spring is here.
The sun rises above one of Santa Barbara’s beautiful beaches.
Chapin BTF drip tape being installed for next season’s tomato crop. Growers will install the drip tape several months in advance to ensure that the
The combination of snow melt and rains have led to incredibly high river levels like this one in Kern, California.
A hole puncher wheel moving through the field preparing the beds for strawberry planting.
Lake Isabella in the Southern Sierra Nevada mountains has seen stable water levels since the Spring rains.
See the contrast in the zone change from a 12 hour irrigation set to a 3 hour set.
Due to a short rain season in California, experts are predicting CA cotton acres to be down by around 12%.
These boulders are each the size of a small house.
Almond blossoms in a young orchard. Blossom development requires adequate soil moisture and moderate temperatures to fully develop into a crop.
Young peppers being irrigated in the morning sun. Each bed of peppers is planted with two rows. In the center of each bed is a
Recently placed native landscaping surround a pond feature at a commercial plaza in Del Mar, CA.
Pre hustle and bustle on a Sunday morning, Madison Ave NYC.
JAIN has partnered with WSU-Prosser to help determine how much cooling will impact the wine grapes in the area.
The Jain Jet providing a shot of water to help ensure a great blossom.
Smoke fills the Los Angeles skies after weeks of roaring Malibu fires.
A common scene of drip irrigation in the Napa Valley. Drip will help this crop deliver water and nutrients directly to the plant.
Lakeside, California sits in a river valley surrounded by what is called the Yosemite of Southern California.
An example of one of the many single lane roads that cover the Isle.
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
This crop is grown with drip irrigation where the tape is placed 8” below the soil surface. A 7/8” 13MIL Cascade product is a great
A large male lion looks on as spectators marvel at the NOLA Zoo.
Fall time view of the clouds in an apple orchard near Quincy, Washington.
A uniform crop of almonds which is irrigated with the Jain Jet.
Evaluating a field of onions and the drip irrigation technology that waters the crop.
The beaches are open! The beaches are closed again…the sun sets over a closed Southern California beach and railway.
A paper light shop in St Augustine Florida sits amongst the oldest city in America.
A typical winter sunset in Eastern Idaho
Washington cherries only 30 days from pure perfection!
A common 40” bed with a single line of Chapin Drip Tape for lettuce production.
View of Punch Bowl Falls in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon.
California sweet corn grown with subsurface drip irrigation (SDI) using Jain Cascade drip tape.
A patch of Camas Lilies in the Idaho Camas Prairie Centennial Marsh. They are usually in bloom in the May/June months.
Pistachios that are a few weeks away from maturity and will be ready for harvest.
Idaho wildflowers in bloom just outside of Rexburg, Idaho.
A field in Idaho that is being planted to potatoes.
Dormant pistachio trees getting their first irrigation of the season. It is important to check the uniformity of you irrigation system at the beginning of
Coach on kayak guiding swimmers during a cold winter swim at Aquatic Park in San Francisco, CA.
Australian Sunset through a barbed wire fence.
Ice plant opens and closes to the rising and setting sun.
University of Georgia has dominated the SEC for decades, their new tennis facility sits in angst.
There were over 250,000 acres of cotton planted in 2017. Drip irrigation is becoming a great option for growers looking to increase water-use-efficiency.
From NYC to California, scorching heats are consistent from coast to coast.
Eastern Idaho has finished their 1st cutting of alfalfa (Hay). They will get three harvests due to the shorter growing season.
Another satisfied onion grower admiring his crop grown with Jain Turbo Tape.
Photographers prepare as the change of season finds it’s way to higher elevations in Southern California.
Outside the Walker Art Gallery in Minneapolis Minnesota sits the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture weighing in at approximately 7000 lbs..
The mandarin citrus harvest is underway. Consider double- line drip or micro-irrigation for best results.
Jain Logic field demonstration day, giving farmers experience and confidence in a system that offers them agronomic insights.
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
Did you know that some large straw bales can weigh up to 2,000 lbs.?
Newly installed Amnon PC emitterline running a 24 hour pre-irrigation before planting almonds near Kerman, CA.
A different perspective of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Freshly pruned vineyard with a backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The snowpack on this mountain range provides future irrigation during the summer months
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A picturesque farm setting in a fruit orchard with Mt. Hood towering in the background.
TJ Sparks dodges some Florida winter time humidity and a loading dock bar outside of Tampa.
Potatoes from earlier this spring. Drip irrigation is an excellent choice to grow potatoes. The trick is to get the drip tape placement just offset
This established spring wheat crop in Eastern Idaho is a sign that the growing season is underway.
When Del Mar Racetrack opened in 1937, Bing Crosby was at the gate to personally greet the fans.
New irrigation installation of Jain Irrigation Amnon emitterline for a blueberry crop. Amnon emitterline offers a robust emitter design and a variety of flow rates
The Columbia Gorge never disappoints with its spectacular views!
A single drip line of Chapin drip tape providing water and nutrients to a celery crop.
While most of the US buckles through winter storms, San Diego maintains a mild 60 degrees in between gentle rain showers.
A biker overlooks the Scioto River in downtown Columbus OH.
Tourists flock to Southern California beaches in the summer and La Jolla is arguably the capital of San Diego beach traffic.
The Jain 4-way fogger keep this apple orchard cool during the summer months.
A strawberry crop using Chapin Deluxe to grow California’s finest strawberries.
A bunch of grapes vines grown at Duarte Nursery in Turlock soon to be a vineyard producing wine somewhere in Califonia.
Appearing before bees did, the flowers on a Magnolia tree are theorized to have evolved to encourage pollination by beetles. This giant grows in Balboa
A great harvest of drip irrigated onions from the growing season of 2016.
This wheat crop is ready for harvest.
As beaches open and close and open and close in California beach goers are getting a little confused what to do.
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.
Runner on trail around Lagoon Valley near Vacaville California.
Drip irrigation will deliver each vine the exact amount of water and fertilizer needed to grow an excellent crop.
A drip irrigated fennel field getting close to harvest.
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
JAIN C3 in outback Australia.
Never a bad sunset in Ventura County; especially at the pier.
With views is all directions don’t forget to look down. This pine cone is only a coupe of inches long barely fitting on a leaf.
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