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.
Early morning hikes down to the Walton Lighthouse in Santa Cruz, CA are the best!
Madrid Spain government building.
Now that the storms have settled down for the season Miami can get back to what its good at, providing a great suntanning environment.
TJ Sparks dodges some Florida winter time humidity and a loading dock bar outside of Tampa.
A new apple planting involves a lot of parts. Storage reservoir for water, drip and overhead irrigation, trellis to produce a fruiting wall and fans
Double line drip in blueberries with Amnon Emitterline to deliver the exact amount of water to each plant.
Almond blossoms in a young orchard. Blossom development requires adequate soil moisture and moderate temperatures to fully develop into a crop.
Planting tomato transplants in the Central Valley of California
These vines where under seven feet of water two weeks before this photograph of bud break.
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
The San Diego CLCA (California Landscape Contractors Association) hosted their annual Beautification Awards showcasing this years best looking sites.
Early morning sunrises in Yosemite Valley
A hole puncher wheel moving through the field preparing the beds for strawberry planting.
Hiking the Coastal Trail near Muir Woods North of San Francisco.
Storm clearing over an almond orchard near Oakdale California.
Dairy cows or “Happy Cows”, as we say in California at a farm in the Point Reyes National Seashore.
A trencher in the field for some post-harvest work.
While Nebraska may be covered in corn and soybean crops these fields create beautiful foregrounds for sun rises and sunsets.
A little bit of left over water from this wet season along the California Coast.
With Summer temps heating up in Southern California, bromeliad season is starting to take off.
View of Yosemite Falls from the 4 Mile trail which takes you to the rim of the valley to Glacier Point.
The Jain Jet providing a shot of water to help ensure a great blossom.
A field of processing tomatoes (primarily used for tomato sauce and ketchup) is wrapping up the harvest in this field.
A patch of Camas Lilies in the Idaho Camas Prairie Centennial Marsh. They are usually in bloom in the May/June months.
Cascade drip tape installed in western Fresno County. This drip tape will be used SDI and will remain in the ground for 5-7 years.
Over July 4th weekend temperatures in San Diego were upwards of 95 degrees.
This giant estate has been converted into a Masonic Hospital for patients that suffer from dementia.
Spectators watch and listen while new technology is presented at MidPlains Ag Irrigation Day.
Quality control inspectors make sure every component is perfect for their medical devices at Andercraft Manufacturing.
Detail of the Spaceship Earth building at Epcot Center, Disneyland
Jain jets irrigating a young citrus grove in California. Jain jets allow for precise irrigation of many crops as well as an extra layer of
Double-Line drip on a newly established orchard
Idaho grain harvest is complete with the majestic Teton Mountain Range in the background.
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
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
Young asparagus shoots making an entrance in the spring season. It has a harvest range between 8 – 12 weeks. Managing the water is critical
Still a common practice with many crops. This field will be the perfect opportunity to convert to drip irrigation.
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
Ferry’s arrive at the famous Market Street Promenade in the financial district of San Francisco.
Idaho potatoes planted in spring of 2017.
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.
With sidewalks still packed a couple weeks ago in Vegas, NV has finally opted to shut down their popular nightlife.
Fall color fills the Awhanee Meadow.
These drip irrigated onions are 3-4 weeks away from harvest.
With freight prices hiking, it’s no wonder JAIN innovated a more efficient way to ship tubing and emitterline. Introducing an emitterline and tubing that fits
Flying in and out of Reno, NV this time of year can be a bumpy experience with the 105 degree heat coming out of the
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
Seattle is coming up on it’s dryer part of the year. Tourists looking for sunshine in the Pacific Northwest can visit Seattle and check out
A more common method grown under glass is to use a multi-outlet-dripper to deliver precise amounts of water to each container.
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.
A field of almonds in blossom irrigated with the 2002 Micro Irrigation Sprinkler from Jain Irrigation.
Green wing macaws have 800 pounds of pressure in their jaws, this power is used for foraging and cracking nuts.
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
Originally a fortress in the medieval period, the Louvre became a royal palace in the fourteenth century under Charles V.
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.
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
Capturing the Grand Tetons from the Idaho side on an evening hike.
Processing tomatoes being grown in western Fresno County. Each row of tomatoes is spaced 60” apart with a single line of drip tape installed 10”
This farm is planting tomato transplants above the buried drip system.
With Labor Day weekend now passed Southern California prepares for some of the best weather of the year.
A tight fit road in Amsterdam shot on what is slowly becoming obsolete, 35mm film.
Wine grapes with drip irrigation in the Pacific Northwest
A common scene in the Salinas Valley during the month of May.
A field of drip irrigated lettuce is looking great in the Salinas Valley
Were you able to guess this is a pepper plant used for ground and cracked pepper? I saw this drip irrigated crop with Jain Cascade
This potato crop in Eastern Idaho is in the blooming stage which is a good indication the crop is almost ready for harvest.
An old car deteriorates alongside a road outside of Boone, North Carolina.
A partially enclosed landscape provides a calm space between meetings.
Lake Isabella in the Southern Sierra Nevada mountains has seen stable water levels since the Spring rains.
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
Zinfandel Grapes in the Lodi Ca are ready for harvest.
Lettuce grown on 80-inch beds in the Salinas Valley.
Drip irrigated hops in the Treasure Valley which is near Boise, Idaho.
A fresh picked crop of green onions is on its way from this farm to your plate.
JAIN tank level monitoring, next to a solar-powered bore pump.
A red barn situated in a sprinkler irrigated fruit orchard near Hood River, OR.
A picturesque farm setting in a fruit orchard with Mt. Hood towering in the background.
Thunderstorms build out of the southern Louisiana sky in Grand isle.
Ian Gow catches a kickflip way above this cement hip.
Sunrise in Elgin Nebraska prior to the MidPlains Ag Irrigation Field Day.
The combination of snow melt and rains have led to incredibly high river levels like this one in Kern, California.
Hiker on the Tamanawas Falls Trail near Mt. Hood, Oregon.
The Mad River is a great escape from the heat for the Buckeye State residents.
Idaho hop acres rose 18% in 2018 to become the nation’s number 2 hop producing state.
Drip irrigation provides water and fertilizer to this uniform onion crop.
Have you ever walked across the Golden Gate Bridge?
The last almond blossom after bloom in an orchard near the Sutter Buttes in Northern California.
A JAIN Solo station going in at a vineyard in the Paso Robles area of the central coast. Site will measure line pressure and soil
A Cuban bakery in Tampa, FL continues a long tradition of using palm leaves in their Cuban bread to add taste and humidity.
Center pivot technology on small grain production in Idaho
A peach blossom in the Central Valley of California the week of the World Ag Expo.
Throughout the 70’s and early 80’s skateparks like this were built to help promote alternative forms of exercise for kids.
Crystal clear water is stored from ice melt in the Swiss Alps outside of Interlaken Switzerland.
An example of one of the many single lane roads that cover the Isle.
The tennis courts at Cal Berkeley use a technology called PlaySight that tracks individual movements and provides stroke analysis.
Washington DC is seeing the last of the leaves fall from the trees before winter. Here the Hill Center gets ready for an event.
Farmers are always implementing great AgTech tools such as drip irrigation to deliver precise amounts of water and fertilizer to their crops.
The Jain 4-way fogger keep this apple orchard cool during the summer months.
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