Nov. 16 2011
As a landscape pro installing irrigation, you look at water in a different way. Your early morning commute on a warm weather morning might take you past
Sept. 15 2011
When you think of wireless, what comes to your mind? Do you conjure up some new technology that would be beneficial for your business, or is it just another
July 20 2011
Tom Campbell is the owner and operator of Water Scout, a North Bay, California company that specializes in irrigation planning and water auditing. Late
July 20 2011
Pondless Waterfall Vault Aquascape introduces its Pondless Waterfall Vault, designed for small to midsized waterfall projects. The unit handles pumps up
July 20 2011
Last November, an affluent six-acre gated community received a notification that their water bill would increase by 10 percent every year for the next
July 20 2011
Can finding the right sprinkler head leave you as perplexed as Ponce De Leon on his quest for the Fountain of Youth? If you have a lot of confusion distinguishing
June 16 2011
Say the word `recycling` and what usually comes to mind is taking aluminum cans
May 18 2011
Just as the human heart pumps blood through the circulatory system to keep a body healthy, the irrigation pump sends life-sustaining water throughout the
May 18 2011
If you’re looking to hire an irrigation service technician, what qualifications would you list in the job description?
April 14 2011
How blessed we are to be living in the United States. We are also blessed that our country has always had an abundance of water. So why is it that we are
March 22 2011
There is an old saying, “In order to know where you’re going, you need to know where you came from.” When it comes to the future of
March 22 2011
Patrick Crais is the owner of Blue Watch Dog Systems, a San Diego-based water conservation company. Blue Watch Dog works in conjunction with landscape
Feb. 17 2011
There is no better feeling than seeing the happy expressions on your clients’ faces as they stand back and take in the exquisite landscape that you
Jan. 19 2011
Water harvesting isn’t a new idea. For centuries, it has been relied upon to supply water for households and other uses
Dec. 18 2010
WHEN I LIVED IN upstate New York, I hated winter and everything that went along with it. Having to protect my body from the freezing cold with boots, gloves
Nov. 23 2010
The more important question to ask is Why would you care about a new irrigation system if the one you´ve been installing since you first started
Oct. 18 2010
In the medieval Europe, blue and purple dyes were rare and expensive, so only the most wealthy or the aristocracy could afford to wear them. And though
Sept. 23 2010
Using a gauge provides us with a measure of pressure in the system. Generally, we expect to see a steady reading, but what does the gauge with a pointer
Sept. 23 2010
How many times have you driven down the street or on the Interstate in the pouring rain and noticed that sprinklers are putting down even more water? While
Aug. 19 2010
What would you do if you got up one morning, went to brush your teeth and saw yellow gushy stuff pouring from the faucet? Residents in Woodsboro, Maryland,