No grower wants to leave trees parched but starting too early in the season can lead to both root and crown diseases.
Use technology to give plants what they need, when they need it.
California officials who call for more natural rivers are putting the state’s growers in jeopardy.
After an unusually wet 2017, Mae Culumber of University of California Cooperative Extension discusses the importance of irrigation scheduling, even during times absent of drought stress.
St. Johns River Water Management District grants backing to 12 on-farm plans aimed at resource conservation and nutrient reduction.
Green light given to nine agricultural projects steeped in stewardship.
Gurjant “George” Sandhu says the fines were unjust, and the State Department of Ecology hadn’t provided adequate evidence.
Poor maintenance is one of the leading causes of low distribution uniformity, resulting in simultaneous over- and under-irrigation across the orchard block.
National viticulture symposium provides insights into estimating vineyard irrigation requirements.
A new subsurface irrigation system is showing promise for slashing water usage in vineyards. Many vineyards use drip […]
Watering walnuts too early can harm root systems, while waiting too long can lead to reduced kernel size. Researchers are working to find the sweet spot.
New research shows wastewater could be a sustainable solution for irrigating vineyards.
Crops include stone fruit, pome fruit, grapes, tree nuts, and olives.
A new product will allow grape and nut growers to keep a constant watch on leaf moisture for […]
Automated irrigation control can keep water usage in check during cold protection practices.
Efficient systems help the Oregon farm, one of the largest onion growers in the U.S., achieve high yields while minimizing water inputs.
The Florida legislature passed the 1999 Florida Watershed Restoration Act that gives the Florida Department of Agriculture and […]