WEBINAR: How to Increase Income, Reduce Costs, and Improve Flexibility with Drip Irrigation

Speaker: Inge Bisconer, Toro Micro-Irrigation Technical Marketing and Sales Manager

On Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 10AM (Pacific Time), the Grange Network and Toro Micro-Irrigation will be hosting a 60-minute, FREE webinar to discuss how drip irrigation for agriculture can increase income, reduce costs, and improve flexibility and sustainability on row, field, and permanent crops. The webinar will include case studies and a demonstration of a unique software tool called the Toro Drip/Micro Payback Wizard. Also, the webinar will review the “Typical Drip Irrigation System Layout” and how to maximize system designs by using Toro’s new AquaFlow 3.2 Drip Irrigation Design Software.

Click here to register for the FREE webinar, “Making Drip Pay: Increasing Income, Reducing Costs, and Improving Flexibility.”

Date: Thursday, February 28, 2013

Time: 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern (60 Minute Session)

Ways to attend: Audio/Visual webinar available online.  For audio only, a dial-in telephone number will be provided. If you can’t attend at the above time, the recording, podcast, and other materials will be sent after the webinar.  However, to receive the post-event recording/materials you will have to register (so if you can’t attend, register anyway).

About the Presenter: Inge Bisconer is the Technical Marketing and Sales Manager for Toro Micro-Irrigation in El Cajon, CA. She has worked in production agriculture, co-founded an irrigation consulting firm, and has held various technical, sales, marketing and management positions in the irrigation and water treatment industries over the past 30 years. Inge holds a BS in agriculture from UC Davis, an MBA in technology management, and most recently authored The Toro Micro-Irrigation Owner’s Manual, a comprehensive guide for both new and existing row, field and permanent crop growers. Inge currently serves as President of the California Irrigation Institute, is an Irrigation Association Certified Irrigation Designer (CID) and Landscape Irrigation Auditor (CLIA), and is past-chair of the IA’s Drip/Micro Common Interest Group and it’s Market Development Subcommittee.

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