Monthly Archives: May 2019

5 useful water saving tips that focus on both your lawn and your field

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Switching it up this week with a few water saving tips that can be applied to your crops and land that make up your field, but also tips that will help your lawn and landscape be more efficient during the watering months. Southern Living outlined 5 helpful tips for landscaping in a blog post earlier […]

6 Important Advantages of Drones in the Agriculture Industry

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Drones in the Agriculture Last week we spoke a little bit about drone’s impact in the irrigation industry. We at Irrigation Listings wanted to learn a little bit more about these miniature air crafts. So, we did some research on a drone’s ability to impact the agriculture industry.   First off, our basic research lead […]

Growing Popularity of Solar Powered & Time-Based Micro Irrigation Systems

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The “Global Smart Irrigation Systems Market 2018-2022” has release their report to the www.researchandmarkets.com website which offers key insight such as: The smart irrigation systems market will register a CAGR of almost 16% by 2022.   With an increasing adoption of irrigation drones, there is a growing demand for smart irrigation systems. One of the latest […]

Tracking Agricultural Irrigation Water Use

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Living in a world where we demand so much from the land and resources; it has become a priority to track and know two major pieces of our demand: How much? When we are using these resources?   Irrigation that is used for agriculture is the largest use of the fresh water supply around the […]

Bettering our Sustainability Efforts now to better our Future of Agriculture Tomorrow

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Syngenta and The Nature Conservancy are teaming up for a new innovation for Nature collaboration that promotes soil health, resource efficiency, and habitat protection in major agricultural regions worldwide.   Officials for these groups have said that the program brings together Syngenta’s research and development capabilities and the Nature Conservancy (TNC) scientific and conservation expertise […]