Irrigation Training Series

Irrigation Training Series

Jain Irrigation’s online training service hosted by Richard Restuccia is designed for agriculture dealers, landscape distributors, contractors and other irrigation professional. Jain wants to help you make the most of this uncertain time.

Episodes

May 6, 2021 54 min
Setting up a new outdoor grow site for hemp and cannabis has its fair share of challenges, and each can be very costly if not taken into account before breaking ground. In this webinar, we’ll cover primary challenges seen when visiting sites preparing to grow hemp and cannabis outdoors. Here are some topics we will cover, that you may encounter while growing hemp or cannabis outdoors: Will I grow in pots or in the ground: Soil typ...
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Knowing the amount of evapotranspiration occurring on your ranch or your landscape is essential for any water manager. Combining the amount of ETo and the forecasted ET takes water management to a higher level. If water demands increase or decrease in the future and adjust irrigation schedules to meet future ET demands, you will save more water and have healthier plants. In this session on Wednesday, Connor Cunningham is going to...
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Jain Unity gives users (contractors, water managers, home, and building owners) direct access to view how much water the plants in their landscape require, along with real-time visibility to the efficiency of their irrigation system for eliminating water waste. Jain Unity processes over a billion pieces of information hourly on how soil moisture responds to rain or irrigation events based on the different plant factors, soil types,...
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The purpose of a credential is to protect the public and ensure the professional providing services is committed to the profession and ongoing education in water management. A strong credential indicates you meet a certain standard of competence and can give you a competitive advantage, more job opportunities, a higher pay scale, and job security. The benefits of becoming certified include: A foundation of broad and deep understand...
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Water management as a service is changing the way growers in the Central Valley do business. Technology makes it easier to manage water than ever before, and many growers are taking advantage of third-party water management services to increase yields and reduce costs. The Water Management Team at Jain Irrigation is busy helping growers have their most successful season ever, and Jeff Tuel will share with us the steps the team has ...
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Chemigation and fertigation are the most common applications for Mazzei venturi injectors in the agriculture market. Mazzei pioneered this simple-to-use and easy-to-install solution more than 40 years ago. The process of injecting chemicals (chemigation) or liquid fertilizers (fertigation) into a pressurized irrigation system is inexpensive and easy with high-efficiency Mazzei injectors which deliver precise mixing and uniform dist...
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A smart irrigation controller has built-in water-saving features that adjust sprinklers’ run times based on the local weather conditions. Smart controllers help provide a healthy, beautiful landscape while reducing water use. You can take a few key steps when setting up your controller that makes a difference in the amount of water you save. These steps are simple and should not be overlooked because the impact on savings will be s...
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3rAsQ1l2au9m37ypP2Me Selecting the right drip tape for your crop can mean the difference between success and failure. Determining a few critical variables before going to work is simple and makes a big difference in yields. Pressure compensation, spacing, and wall thickness all make a difference, and we are going to help you understand how to make the best decision possible for your situation. Please join us Friday to learn about t...
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Like the rest of your irrigation system, the automation used for the irrigation needs some spring start-up maintenance. Time spent during the seasonal start-up sets the pace for the rest of the irrigation year. Some simple maintenance and checklist items at the beginning of the years save time and improve yields down the road. During this session, we cover: How to make seasonal adjustments to your system Set irrigation boundaries a...
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Choosing and using a fertilizer injector is daunting. Ultimately the benefits far exceed the time and the education needed to make the right decision, but sometimes we forgo the research. Fortunately, irrigation consultants like Frank Toves have been doing their research and learning for years from experience. Frank joins us Friday to lend his education and experience with Dosatron fertilizer injectors. This should speed the educat...
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In nature, water is often contaminated with physical, chemical & biological impurities. Often proper filtration is necessary to prevent emitters from clogging. Jain has a wide range of water filters to protect your system from clogging hazards. Sand Separators to remove silt and sand from your water. Media filters to remove organic impurities like algae, trash, and leaves from water and a complete range of screen filters to r...
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The integration of satellite images and Jain Logic provides the opportunity to see how the adjustments you are making (fertilizer application, water) in the field impact your plants in just a short period of time. Observed crop ETc and crop vigor data are now available to all Jain Logic subscribers and are now being expanded. Jain is the only company bringing together satellite imagery with ETc calculations, uniformity, weather, so...
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Whether you own or manage a smart controller today or are thinking about purchasing one, understanding the full value of a smart controller will improve water savings. In this webinar, we will review what makes a smart controller smart and cover some of the more advanced features that maximize water savings. We provide actionable items that make you a better water manager right away. In this webinar, you will learn: What makes a s...
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Special Guest: Jeff Tuel.
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Today’s irrigation world for many is unstable, and the future will be even more turbulent. Resin, cardboard, and transportation prices are through the roof. Products get more expensive every day, and even at high prices, they are tough to acquire. Simultaneously customer demands are increasing. End-user business is strong, and the current product supply situation combined with transportation challenges makes this year one of the mo...
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Determining which Emitterline, Jet, or Sprinkler will be the best application for your crop  With so many variables impacting a decision on how to irrigate, it’s important to know the available options and how you can maximize your irrigation system for optimal performance. In this webinar, we’ll discuss three types of emission devices/irrigation systems: Double-Line Drip, Micro-Sprinkler, and Irrigation Jets. We’ll highlight the i...
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Plant growth depends on two important natural resources — soil and water. Soil provides support and the nutrient reservoir necessary for plant growth. Water is essential for plant life processes. Effective management of these resources for crops and landscapes requires growers and landscapers to understand relationships between soil, water, and plants. This relationship is significant to irrigation users that desire to use best man...
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Charles Fishman is the author of The Big Thirst, One Giant Leap, A Curious Mind (with Brian Grazer), and The Wal-Mart Effect. He is a three-time winner of the Gerald Loeb Award, the most prestigious prize in business journalism, and we are lucky he joins us for an episode of the Jain Irrigation Training Series. Fishman’s book, The Big Thirst, details how vital water management is to daily existence, and Fishman suggests usage patte...
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Plants need water, whether it’s a green golf course, a vineyard, or almond orchard. Landscape managers and farmers must irrigate their plants, but water has become a more limited, often expensive, resource due to worldwide climate change. This is why smart irrigation systems that water more efficiently are becoming more popular. There is a broad spectrum of smart irrigation technology consumers can benefit from utilizing. Choosing...
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Red roses are a symbol of love, yellow of friendship, orange of enthusiasm, white of purity, and pink of joy. Roses are beautiful but have a reputation of being hard to care for, hard to grow, and time-consuming. In this webinar, Andy Belingheri will take you through a series of steps you can take to make your rose growing less labor-intensive, more enjoyable, and more successful. We will also spend time teaching the steps you need...
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