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Lettuce

A lettuce crop with sprinkler irrigation. Consider the Solo Unit from Jain Monitoring to help measure and schedule irrigation events for optimal crop yield and

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Alamo San Antonio

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

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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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Australian Sheep Dogs

Kelpies enjoying the puddles left behind after recent rainfall. Australia’s farming communities have been rejuvenated after widespread rainfall.

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Garlic Westside

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

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Drip Strawberries

99.9% of the commercial strawberries in California are grown with drip irrigation as the primary method of irrigation.

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Bloom

Almonds finishing up bloom.  This process comes and goes quickly as each variety may only spend 1 week in bloom as bees pollinate the trees.

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Sunset

Warm days make great sunsets across Central California.

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Freshly pruned vineyard

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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Beach

A quick stop to Mussel Shoals in California to enjoy the perfect sunset.

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Citrus Nursery

A more common method grown under glass is to use a multi-outlet-dripper to deliver precise amounts of water to each container.

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Cloudy Apples

Fall time view of the clouds in an apple orchard near Quincy, Washington.

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Traps

Traps on pier in the town of Broadford on the East Coast of the Isle of Skye.

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Columbus OH

A midwest visit brought smiles to our faces when we found the abundance of personal and school gardens.

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California Drought

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.

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Sunrise

Ice plant opens and closes to the rising and setting sun.

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Photography Totem

Walking around the quiet streets of Haines Alaska photographing totems. Haines is a jewel of a town in the Northern Passage the busy world outside

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Columbia River Pano

Panoramic view of the Columbia river flowing between Oregon and Washington states. The Columbia is a major source of water for crops growing throughout the

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LA Valley

Random rain storms hit Los Angeles last week creating a heavy overcast in the LA valley.

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Dormant Walnuts

Orchard grass covering dormant walnuts in the winter. Above average rainfall in Central California has helped cover crops grow to their full potential.

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Pine Cone

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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Almond Orchard

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

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Bonfires

The annual bonfires on the levees stretches for nearly 90 miles along the New Orleans, Mississippi River.

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Topiary

The Topiary Park in Ohio boasts a garden with bushes carved to resemble a Seurat painting.

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Summer Harvest

Although summer is almost over there are still several irrigation events needed to bring many crops to harvest and dormancy. Water can be supplied via

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Table Grape Vineyard

Heavy canopy in a table grape vineyard near Bakersfield. Precision irrigation and nutrient management are key factors in growing table grapes with drip irrigation being

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OH Grow

Putting the finishing touches on a great indoor irrigation system, soon dragging hoses around will be a thing of the past.

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Red Onions

A red onion crop was just hand-harvested in the Salinas Valley. This field was grown with a Chapin Drip Tape product to deliver precise amounts

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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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Lettuce

Chapin drip tape buried below this lettuce crop in the San Joaquin Valley.

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Old Barn

Old barns remind us of the history and legacy of US farms and ranches.

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Uniform growth

Uniform growth across an alfalfa field. Growers can maximize alfalfa quality and yield by using sub-surface drip irrigation (SDI).

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Cooling

A layer of mist from the JAIN Fogger will help cool this apple orchard by up to 15 degrees. This is to help reduce sunburn

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Fresno Heat

Temperatures are reaching triple digits in this almond field near Fresno, CA.

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Grape Cluster

Drip irrigation is an important factor in getting the best quality from your crop.

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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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Field Staff

At Jain Irrigation, we love to visit our customers’ fields to check out the great crops.

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Processing Tomatoes

A field of processing tomatoes (primarily used for tomato sauce and ketchup) is wrapping up the harvest in this field.

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Vernal Falls Hike

A 3 mile round trip hike up the “Mist Trail” to Vernal Falls – the water was flowing less than normal with the warm summer.

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Onions PNW

Great onions get their start with a great drip irrigation system. This crop is irrigated with Chapin Drip Tape from Jain Irrigation.

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Jain Irrigation Systems

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

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Walker Art Gallery

Outside the Walker Art Gallery in Minneapolis Minnesota sits the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture weighing in at approximately 7000 lbs..

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OSU

Geese have migrated back to their home land for the nice summer weather. The geese stand guard over an Ohio State University building.

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Sweet Corn Drip Tape

Jain Irrigation Turbo Tape irrigating two rows of sweet corn in western Fresno county.  Old sweet corn growers used to judge the crop by the

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JAIN Logic Field

Infield demo days are beneficial for both customers and distributors. They are a great opportunity to gain first-hand feedback and experience.

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Cascade Install

Cascade thin-wall emitterline installed in a field in western Central California. This field will be next spring.

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Subsurface Pokes Through

Drought conditions in Bakersfield, CA have forced contractors to be more creative with their irrigation techniques. Subsurface drip irrigation pokes through the soil prior to

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Rochester New York

Rochester New York ranks number one in the most snow for a major city in the United States with nearly 100 inches a year.

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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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Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is mainly constructed of white marble and sits on a 42 acre site near the Yamuna river.

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San Diego CLCA

The San Diego CLCA (California Landscape Contractors Association) hosted their annual Beautification Awards showcasing this years best looking sites.

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Rain and Soil

Saturated soil after recent rains in Central California.  California relies on winter storms to bring rain and snow for future irrigation.

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JAIN Fresno

Visitors review the JAIN Fresno facility and see how virgin resin tubing is extruded.

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Hockey Game

Ramping up for playoff season the Tampa Bay Lightning own a commanding lead over the NHL by ten games.

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CA Cherries

The season is almost at an end with the sweetness of the California cherry crop.

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Mature Almond Orchard

A field of mature almonds in Northern CA – the perfect orchard for a conversion to double-line drip or micro-sprinkler.

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Garlic

Inspecting garlic after harvest in central California.

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PVC mainlines

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

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Aqua Jet Stake

Keeping water in the pot is difficult sometimes, let Aqua Spray Stakes assist with multiple radius options.

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Pistachio Drip

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

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Zion

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

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Fall Orchard

Amazing fall colors blanket orchard floor new Yuba City, California.

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Allan Mark Farms

Allan Mark uses Turbo Tape for his drip onions to supply the exact amount of water and fertilizer to his crop.

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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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Flooded Walnut Orchard

Heavy rainfall in Northern Calfornia is leaving many orchards with standing water, making field work very challenging.

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Kings Creek Falls

Fall time image of Kings Creek Falls in Lassen Volcanic National Park in Northern California.

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Amnon White

Newly installed Amnon PC emitterline running a 24 hour pre-irrigation before planting almonds near Kerman, CA.

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