Irrigation Stories
IrrigationGrowing More With Less Water
May 5, 2015
It’s no secret that water has been under the proverbial spotlight as of late. How much of it is there? Read More
IrrigationCutting Growers’ Water Hurts All Of Us Who Eat [Opinion]
April 29, 2015
There are no silver bullets when it comes to producing food; you need to have a certain amount of H2O. Read More
IrrigationAlmond Growers Scramble To Cope With California Drought
April 28, 2015
Growers of the state’s top nut crop have become a target for residents upset over new urban water restrictions ordered by the governor because of a near absence of snowpack. Read More
CitrusCalifornia Drought Forum Slated For May 5
April 27, 2015
Public comments by growers, ranchers, and other stakeholders are encouraged by state officials. Read More
drought sign water crisis
Apples & PearsDiversification: A Response To Drought [Opinion]
April 27, 2015
With Governor Jerry Brown’s announcement of mandatory use reductions, the general public in California is getting a wake-up call on Read More
FruitsRecord Low Snowpack In Washington State
April 14, 2015
Experts say snowmelt occurring earlier than expected. Read More
CitrusCalifornia Snowpack Is Virtually Gone
April 2, 2015
With the lowest water content since 1950, the governor orders first-ever mandatory water reductions in cities and towns, and growers face tighter regulations. Read More
Water pump collecting leachate in Florida peach orchard
IrrigationIrrigation Techniques For Florida Peaches
April 1, 2015
Variation of soils around the Sunshine State make quenching the thirst of this stone fruit tricky. Read More
CitrusFarm Bureau Says WOTUS Rule Would Ignore Exemptions
March 24, 2015
Common farming practices may be vulnerable to Clean Water Act enforcement under the rule. Read More
IrrigationOptimal Irrigation Criteria For Drip Irrigated Onions
March 24, 2015
Researchers at Oregon State University are determining how the plant population of a crop changes its irrigation needs. Read More
CitrusCalifornia Unveils $1 Billion Drought Package
March 23, 2015
Governor, legislative leaders, announce $1 billion emergency drought legislation. Read More
drought management; irrigation; water management
FruitsWashington Governor Declares Drought
March 17, 2015
With snowpack at near record lows, Governor Jay Inslee declared a drought on the Olympic Peninsula, on the east side of the central Cascade Mountains including Yakima and Wenatchee, and the Walla Walla region. Read More
The Latest
Fruits$10 Million Available For California Water Conservation…
May 19, 2015
Applications for the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s (CDFA) California State Water Efficiency and Enhancement Program (SWEEP) are now Read More
BB Hobbs Inc. warehouse in Plant City, FL
CitrusBB Hobbs Bolsters Business In Central Florida
May 18, 2015
Irrigation specialists celebrate opening of new branch warehouse in Plant City. Read More
sliced avocado
FruitsNew App Aims To Save Avocado Growers On Irrigation
May 7, 2015
Mobile technology provides smart scheduling capable of cutting water output in half. Read More
IrrigationGrowing More With Less Water
May 5, 2015
It’s no secret that water has been under the proverbial spotlight as of late. How much of it is there? Read More
IrrigationCutting Growers’ Water Hurts All Of Us Who Eat [O…
April 29, 2015
There are no silver bullets when it comes to producing food; you need to have a certain amount of H2O. Read More
IrrigationAlmond Growers Scramble To Cope With California Drought
April 28, 2015
Growers of the state’s top nut crop have become a target for residents upset over new urban water restrictions ordered by the governor because of a near absence of snowpack. Read More
CitrusCalifornia Drought Forum Slated For May 5
April 27, 2015
Public comments by growers, ranchers, and other stakeholders are encouraged by state officials. Read More
drought sign water crisis
Apples & PearsDiversification: A Response To Drought [Opinion]
April 27, 2015
With Governor Jerry Brown’s announcement of mandatory use reductions, the general public in California is getting a wake-up call on Read More
FruitsRecord Low Snowpack In Washington State
April 14, 2015
Experts say snowmelt occurring earlier than expected. Read More
CitrusCalifornia Snowpack Is Virtually Gone
April 2, 2015
With the lowest water content since 1950, the governor orders first-ever mandatory water reductions in cities and towns, and growers face tighter regulations. Read More
Water pump collecting leachate in Florida peach orchard
IrrigationIrrigation Techniques For Florida Peaches
April 1, 2015
Variation of soils around the Sunshine State make quenching the thirst of this stone fruit tricky. Read More
CitrusFarm Bureau Says WOTUS Rule Would Ignore Exemptions
March 24, 2015
Common farming practices may be vulnerable to Clean Water Act enforcement under the rule. Read More
IrrigationOptimal Irrigation Criteria For Drip Irrigated Onions
March 24, 2015
Researchers at Oregon State University are determining how the plant population of a crop changes its irrigation needs. Read More
CitrusCalifornia Unveils $1 Billion Drought Package
March 23, 2015
Governor, legislative leaders, announce $1 billion emergency drought legislation. Read More
drought management; irrigation; water management
FruitsWashington Governor Declares Drought
March 17, 2015
With snowpack at near record lows, Governor Jay Inslee declared a drought on the Olympic Peninsula, on the east side of the central Cascade Mountains including Yakima and Wenatchee, and the Walla Walla region. Read More
CitrusFlorida Politicos Hopeful In Wake Of Comprehensive Wate…
March 9, 2015
House decision could be first step in providing a long-term solution for protecting one of the state’s most precious resources. Read More
FruitsIrrigation Association And Irrigation Foundation Now Ac…
March 2, 2015
Nominees recognized for water management and water conservation at Irrigation Show. Read More
FruitsNo Federal Water For California’s Central Valley Grower…
February 27, 2015
Skimpy snowpack leads Bureau of Reclamation to make unprecedented announcement that there will be a zero initial allocation for the second year in a row. Read More