Microsprinklers are low capacity water emitters of the sprinkler type, but smaller in size than the conventional sprinklers, with flow rates of around 250 litres/h. They are placed...

 

A GPS-guided Valley® Precision Corner has just been installed on a farm in the Landes region of France. This exceptional machine is the first of its kind to be installed in the So...

 

In drip irrigation, water is applied to each plant separately in small, frequent, precise quantities through dripper emitters. It is the most advanced irrigation method with the hi...

 

By definition, the central control management system is a monitoring method that uses an automated system.  The aim is to manage several parameters in the field (start-up time...

 

Since the late 1960's, center pivot and lateral move irrigation systems have held tightly to the claim of providing the most uniform application of water possible in row crop agric...

Will there Be Enough Water to Survive?

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The thing to remember about this slightly off-putting term is that, strictly speaking, it is an agricultural practice aimed at growing a plant in a media without soil, often more s...

Farm irrigation systems are the methods of applying water to crops and are classified as surface irrigation, sprinkler irrigation, and microirrigation. The decision to select an irrigation sys...

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