WEBINAR: The Importance of Water Quality Management for Drip Irrigation System Performance

Richard C. Bernier, Director of Sales and Marketing, Meras Engineering - Ag UnitOn Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 1PM (Pacific Time), the Grange Network will be hosting a 60-minute, FREE webinar to discuss how water quality – both chemical and physical aspects – affect design, equipment selection, operation, and maintenance of drip irrigation systems.  If not managed properly, poor water quality can severely impact the uniformity and overall performance of drip irrigation systems, resulting in decreased crop yield and higher water, energy, and fertilizer costs.  So don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the importance of water quality and how to get the most out of your drip irrigation system.

Click here to register for the FREE webinar, “Improper Water Quality Management and the Economic Impact on your Drip/Micro Irrigation System’s Performance.”

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2013

Time: 1PM Pacific / 4PM 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:  Rich Bernier is the Director of Sales and Marketing for Meras Engineering, Inc. located in Modesto, CA.  He has worked on agricultural water treatment applications for the past twenty-three years throughout both North and South America, and has held various sales and marketing positions in the agricultural water treatment industry.  Rich has also authored multiple training and educational documents on the basics of water treatment fundamentals and drip irrigation system performance, and is a member of many water treatment associations including the Irrigation Association, AWT, Chlorine Dioxide Group, Water Treatment Professionals.

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