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Water Management For Sustainable Agriculture From Jain Irrigation

Earn 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit) For This Training.

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Jeff Tuel


Last month Jain Irrigation, Inc. rolled out their first-ever water management program for growers in the Central Valley, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Grower’s interest in this service is high, and many want to learn more about the service. On Wednesday, Jeff Tuel, Executive Vice President Jain Irrigation, discusses how water management service customers receive water budgets, weekly irrigation schedules (based on your desired factors), and weekly reporting on irrigation schedule compliance.

You will learn:

  1. What water management services are offered by Jain
  2. How the water management service works
  3. The cost of the water management service
  4. What you will gain as a grower contracting for services

We will not rise to the water management challenge without a radical change in water management and an increase in technology use. 

Water management services from Jain offer both and the opportunity for growers to learn working side by side with a water manager to understand the technology available to them today. 

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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.