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Low-flow irrigation systems, called low volume irrigation or microirrigation, is an irrigation method that operates under a lower water pressure than standard service systems, with a “lower-flow” resulting when combined with water delivery components manufactured for this application. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops and orchards; in the horticulture industry at wholesale nursery growing grounds; in the landscape industry for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens; and in the restoration ecology and environmental remediation sciences and professional methods.

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PERMASTORE
With over 57 years of experience, Permastore is the global market leader in modular, bolted Glass-Fused-to-Steel and Fusion-Bonded Epoxy tanks and silos for the municipal, industrial, and agricultural environments worldwide. Permastore has supplied over 300,000 structures in over 110 countries.

Permastore is committed to supplying the highest quality internationally recognized solution

Vermeer Adds New S925TX Mini Skid Steer

Vermeer Adds New S925TX Mini Skid Steer

PELLA, Iowa, November 1, 2017 – Vermeer has expanded its compact equipment lineup with the new S925TX mini skid steer, designed to provide impressive lifting performance and the power to conquer the most demanding applications.

With a tip capacity of 2,643 pounds (1,198.8 kg), a rated operating capacity of 925 pounds (419.6 kg)

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SOILMOISTURE
Chameleon is an accurate, affordable, and fully automated laboratory Darcy system for measuring soil-core saturated hydraulic conductivity (Ksat). Chameleon is capable of performing Ksat measurement according to Falling-Head Method and also Constant-Head Method procedures. Thanks to Monitor Precision Pressure Transducer, and Chameleon Software Application, both measurement methods are fully automated. Up

Pump System Longevity and Extreme Operating Regimes

Pump System Longevity and Extreme Operating Regimes

A pump is a mechanism that utilizes mechanical force to overcome distance, elevation, and friction to move water or another liquid through a conduit to a point where it can be discharged, stored, or utilized. Like all mechanical devices, pumps can wear out or break over time. A pump’s operational

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ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY INC.
Continuous water quality monitoring of ammonia is becoming increasingly important for plant operations and process control. Unfortunately, most online ammonia monitors are generally very expensive, complex, and maintenance-intensive instruments. ATl’s response to this issue was to develop a system that utilizes a completely new approach to online monitoring

In it for the Long Haul

In it for the Long Haul

A pump is a mechanism that utilizes mechanical force to overcome distance, elevation, and friction to move water or another liquid through a conduit to a point where it can be discharged, stored, or utilized. Like all mechanical devices, pumps can wear out or break over time. A pump’s operational

Changing Land Surfaces With Retaining Walls

Changing Land Surfaces With Retaining Walls

Retaining walls have become the modern-day structures of choice for us to manipulate the surfaces on which we choose to build our lives. From creating more buildable space on a site, to helping stabilize bridges, they are ubiquitous workhorses that are often easily overlooked. But sometimes they take their inspiration

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IN-SITU INC.
The SMARTROLL Handheld systems combine industry-leading water-quality sensors with revolutionary smartphone mobility, eliminating the need for bulky, expensive handheld meters. Customers can connect the SMARTROLL Multiparameter or RDO Probe to an iOS Battery Pack or Android Power Pack, launch the mobile app, and start reading results. There is no

Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Nutrients From Runoff in Croplands

Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Nutrients From Runoff in Croplands

Wetlands have been shown to be an ­efficient way to remove nutrients and pesticides from cropland runoff. ­Appropriately positioned and sized wetlands can remove significant amounts of nutrients from agricultural runoff while restoring natural habitat and reducing flooding. Engineered treatment wetlands thus consist of a nature-based solution combined with an

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