This Drip Irrigation infographic highlights just a few of the many good reasons why switching to drip is a good idea.Continue reading
Drip Irrigation has typically been used in high-value fruit, nut, and vegetable crops. Recently, it has become popular in field crop applications, including corn/soybean rotations and alfalfa, cotton, and processing tomatoes. USDA’s recent Farm and Ranch Irrigation Survey reported 3.76 million acres in the U.S. are under drip. This acreage is expected to be significantly higher in the 2013 report, which will be released this fall.
Drip is gaining in popularity because the systems are flexible and can accommodate diverse cropping and application demands.Continue reading