Learn about the advantages of SDI systems, system components and typical layouts, and installation. How to start up, operate and maintain an SDI system. Review successful case studies on specific crops; corn, cotton, and alfalfa.
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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%.
Learn more about SDI for asparagus production. Download the production manual guide for more information on using drip technology.
Learn how a Netafim SDI system is used for Blueberry production, resulting in quicker growth and more uniform blueberries.
Learn how a Netafim SDI system can maintain control over soil and climate variables. Increase plant populations, the number or irrigated acres and save water and energy costs. Download the production manual guide for more information on using drip technology.
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.
With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, Hemp is quickly becoming a significant agricultural crop. CBD Oil (Cannabidiol Oil) is driving the fervor over Hemp and bringing it back to life so to speak. Hemp is hard to grow due to decades of hemp prohibition preventing research and agronomic advancements, making it a tough road ahead to grow Hemp. With little resources and research available, prospective growers must walk and not run with the right partners and expectations in place. Find out what more you need to know before you grow.
Learn more about Netafim SDI system for tobacco production to achieve desired results. Download the production manual guide for more information on using drip technology.
Learn more about using Netafim SuperNet micro-sprinklers as another tool for you IPM program for both organic and conventional strawberry production.
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).