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Toro to Offer Subsurface Drip Irrigation Guide, Education & Tools at Husker Harvest Days

Toro will be exhibiting at Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, Nebraska, offering a variety of ways for growers to learn about subsurface drip irrigation (SDI) and how it can help them maintain or increase yields using less water, even during a drought.

At the booth (#436), Toro will be hosting a number of growers and dealers to share their experiences with SDI to grow soybeans and corn in Nebraska. Interested growers can learn the benefits of SDI first-hand and get a free demonstration on designing an SDI system using Toro’s AquaFlow drip irrigation design software. Additionally, Toro will debut a new ‘how-to’ guide for SDI, based on case studies and years of research growing a variety of crops. Growers attending will also see the actual results of an SDI system at a field demonstration hosted by the show. The first in the show’s history, the demonstration plot irrigates a 30-acre cornfield with SDI buried 14 inches deep on 60 inch centers. Continue reading

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Online Tool Calculates ROI of Drip Irrigation

Drip Irrigation Payback WizardRecently, American Vegetable Grower (AVG) magazine sat down with Inge Bisconer, Toro Micro-Irrigation’s technical marketing and sales manager, and discussed the “Drip/Micro Payback Wizard,” a FREE online tool that helps growers estimate the cost of converting to drip irrigation.  And since growers are in endless pursuit of cost efficiency and maximizing their crops’ yields, the tool is an excellent resource for growers looking for empirical data on how quickly a drip irrigation system will pay for itself. Continue reading

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Drip Irrigation Payback Wizard on toro.com

Find out what upgrading to drip irrigation could mean to your bottom line with Toro’s new Drip Irrigation Payback Wizard, developed in partnership with the Irrigation Association’s (IA) Drip/Micro Common Interest Group. Just answer five questions about the crop, and this online Read the full article…

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