Rehydrating soils after a loss in deep moisture

It is that time of year where the heat turns up and crops begin pumping water out at an ever-increasing rate. Some, too many, decide that watering unto 12-18 inches will suffice for keeping the plant healthy and delivering enough water for maximum plant growth. Others are so possessive of their deep moisture that they […]

Leaching and its effect on valuable nutrients in the soil

As growers, PCAs, or irrigation specialists, we all know the word “leaching” and hear it more often than not. Whether it’s because of the sustainable groundwater issues we are facing, nitrate issues, or the need to keep important nutrients and fertilizers in our soil, the word “leaching” plays a major role in all of our […]

May Irrigation Stress In Almonds

Mitigating kernel stress during kernel expansion is one of the top priorities for every almond farmer in the state, but as we venture into May this priority can shift to crop protection and field sanitation. Balancing tractor work to apply pesticides with irrigations is more challenging during the month of May due to the increase […]

2021 Roundtable: Practical Knowledge for Practical People

Even if our world has been turned upside down in the latest months, technology has proven to be an area where no slowing down is in sight. To make sure you are in the best position to move forward and embrace change in 2021, we have gather together a virtual table of key experts – […]