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Irrigation

Success stories
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Farmers reap the benefits of using government programs to modernize irrigation equipment.
Cutting down the calculations
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Clemson researchers are developing new technology to make fertigation more appealing. 
Infrastructure
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Congress continues to work on efforts to move the country past the COVID pandemic with the goal of setting the United States economy on stable...
Education scholarships
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The Irrigation Association’s workforce development program awards scholarships to support students pursing irrigation-related degrees.
Through OpenET, users can click on a field in the western United States and easily view and download monthly and annual ET data at no charge.
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OpenET uses publicly available satellite and weather data to estimate evapotranspiration down to the field level across 17 western states.
It’s no revelation that irrigation is a big business, encompassing the manufacture of irrigation systems, their installation, maintenance, services and, ultimately, the additional economic value the industry provides in crops, higher property value and aesthetics.
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The IA, with the Irrigation Innovation Consortium, commissioned an update to the economic impact study that is currently being completed.
Congratulations, Award Recipients
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Each year the Irrigation Association honors those who have made significant contributions to the irrigation industry. The following outstanding individuals were recognized as the 2021...
The University of Nebraska’s CropWatch provided an update following a disruption to irrigation in 2019.
Major snowfall events are needed to refill low reservoirs with spring runoff for the 2022 irrigation season.
Virtual Connections: Southeast Europe, a unique B2B matchmaking program designed to introduce U.S. agribusiness and water technology companies to business opportunities in Bulgaria, Moldova and Romania, has planned information sessions on Oct. 21.
Register by Oct. 20 for this program designed to introduce U.S. agribusiness and water technology companies to business opportunities in Bulgaria, Moldova and Romania.
NASA announced that it will hold a virtual media briefing at 1:30 p.m. EDT Thursday, Oct. 21, to share OpenET, a new web-based platform designed to help those who rely on water resources across the drought-stricken western U.S.
New web-based platform will help those who rely on water resources across the drought-stricken western United States.