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Of the common agronomic crops, alfalfa consumes the largest amount of water. Its consumptive use can exceed 46” of water per year. This fact combined with the real opportunity to drive solid yield increases are the main reason growers are interested in using drip irrigation on alfalfa. Find out more about how to increase yields by 25-40%.View
Learn how a Netafim SDI system is used for Blueberry production, resulting in quicker growth and more uniform blueberries.View
Learn more about Netafim SDI system for cotton production to achieve desired results. Download the production manual guide for more information on using drip technology.View
Learn more about using Netafim SuperNet micro-sprinklers as another tool for you IPM program for both organic and conventional strawberry production.View
Experts put SDI to the test with tomato production. Read more and find the results of this study conducted by Dr. Claude J. Phene (a soil and irrigation scientist, formerly Director of the USDA-ARS, Water Management Research Laboratory in Fresno, California and a longtime proponent of fertigation with Microirrigation).View