Jan. 1 2003
In this two-part series, we’ve been taking the mystery out of designing functional and efficient irrigation systems. It’s boiled down to understanding pressure and flow, and how they affect ...
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Dec. 1 2002
For the developer or contractor looking into a crystal ball and hoping for longevity, it all boils down to three options ...
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Aug. 1 2002
With all its calculations and considerations, landscape irrigation is a technical affair. Even trickier is efficient landscape irrigation, also known as water management ...
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April 1 2002
It’s no secret that much of the nation is currently rain starved. Drought warnings and emergencies are sweeping the country as season-to-date precipitation remains significantly below normal ...
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Feb. 1 2002
It isn’t to say, however, that consumers always get what they pay for — although this usually proves true as well — or that some quality services aren’t more reasonable than others
July 1 2001
Low-Volume Irrigation: It can evoke an instant “heck, no” in one irrigation contractor’s mind and to another, it’s just a day’s work ...
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March 1 2001
This segment in our series deals with, arguably the most technically challenging job in the field of irrigation — namely, troubleshooting. Volumes could be, (and have been) written on electrical ...
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July 1 2000
When was the last time you came across an irrigation tool that was really different and beneficial? A while? Read on ...
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July 1 1999
There's a small instrument on your car dashboard that's given very little attention but is essential to the efficient operation of your car - the speedometer ...
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May 1 1999
Some landscape contractors call it the necessary evil. Others say it’s a profit-eating, tedious task that only serves one purpose: good public relations. But there’s a growing army of landscape ...
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