How To Improve Water Management Using Low-cost Satellite, Soil and Weather Analytics

June 24, 2022 12:00 pm
Jeff Tuel

Executive Vice President, Jain Distribution Holdings

Sumer Johal


Satellites offer a low-cost and scalable solution to tracking how much water your crops use and where it’s used. The data is received quickly, is straightforward, and is easy to interpret. The best news is this information – provided globally by Agralogics – is now integrated into Jain Logic. Initially offered across the United States and Australia, this information can be accessed easily by anyone using Jain Logic.

Capturing field-specific crop water consumption (ETc) and vigor from space can be incredibly valuable as a standalone product. Still, this data becomes even more powerful when combined with on-the-ground monitoring points like soil moisture sensors and weather station data. Whether a standalone or integrated approach is best for your growing operations, the information is accessible in Jain Logic today. We are fortunate to have both Jeff Tuel from Jain Irrigation, Inc. and Sumer Johal, a seasoned technology leader with more than two decades of experience in data analytics and founder and CEO of Agralogics, with us to teach how to use satellite imaging, and data analytics in cooperation with Jain Logic to be a better water manager.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How easily Agralogics’ field-specific satellite and Etc data integrate with Jain Logic
  • How to interpret the data
  • How the combination creates an excellent water management tool
  • How easy it is to sign up for a free subscription
Jeff Tuel Profile Pic
Jeff Tuel


Jeff Tuel is currently the Executive Vice President of Jain Distribution Holdings in Fresno, CA, where he provides leadership to Jain’s Monitoring and Control division.  Jeff has dedicated the last 17 years of his career to Ag irrigation in executive leadership positions on the Ag dealer and manufacturing sides of the industry, as well as serving on the Irrigation Association’s Board of Directors and Government Affairs Committee. Jeff has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and spent the first half of his career in high-tech, which is where his passion for helping to bring technology solutions to agriculture stems from.  Jeff is an avid tournament bass fisherman, so when he’s not out in the field working with growers to improve the use of water, he’s on the water fishing.

Sumer S. Johal


Sumer Johal is a serial entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of Agralogics –- an analytics and workflow management technology company that uses geo-registered Big-Data science to solve complex problems in the food ecosystem around resource management, yield, traceability, quality, security and safety.

Mr. Johal is a technology veteran with deep leadership experience in multiple Industries -– across the globe -– in both early stage ventures and publicly held companies. He has spent over 12 years in analytics companies and over 5 years in renewable bio-energy. Mr. Johal is deeply passionate about global sustainability of food, water, and energy –- particularly when these can be influenced by technology. He sits on numerous advisory boards -– at both for- and non-profit companies — as well as contributes regularly to thought leadership discussions on these topics across the globe.

Upcoming Live Trainings

Register for our upcoming live trainings. Get all your questions answered live!


Rooted in Sustainability: Exploring Microorganisms and Regenerative Farming

Join us for an enlightening webinar exploring the world of regenerative agriculture. Delve into soil biology, microorganisms, and regenerative practices with CEO Miles Sorel of Terraforma. Learn about core principles, benefits for growers, and the impact on food quality and sustainability. Gain insights into microorganism applications and their interaction with plant roots. Don’t miss this transformative journey!

Register Now For Free >>

Fall Forward: Smart Strategies to Combat Seasonal Water Waste

As summer transitions into autumn, there’s an often-overlooked challenge that demands our attention – the surge in landscape water waste. This irrigation training episode focuses on the unexpected increase in water wastage during the fall season and why most landscapes are being overwatered. Actionable strategies to curb this waste and enhance sustainable water management will be shared.

Register Now For Free >>