Research conducted at IIC is focused on tools and technologies to improve irrigation and water-use efficiency.
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An impromptu survey about COVID-19 response policies of two water providers yields coronavirus best management practices.
In the flooding of 2019, floodwaters receded leaving farmland covered with sand, sediment and all kinds of other debris. Irrigation equipment that has been hit by floating debris should be closely inspected for damage.
What effect did the severe flooding of 2019 have on farmers, farmland and irrigation systems?
Arc flash safety for irrigation systems
New information about the cause of electrical accidents has led to revised safety requirements.
USDA irrigation survey
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service recently reported results gathered from the 2018 Irrigation and Water Management Survey.
A Cuban tobacco farmer ties up harvested tobacco leaves.
On a recent trip to Cuba, Stephen Smith got a firsthand look at agriculture in this unique country south of Florida.
With different technologies available, it can be a challenge to evaluate which wireless communication is best for your irrigation operation.
Surface irrigators now can use a computerized hole selection method that adjusts the size of holes punched to control the water flow.