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Agricultural Irrigation Summit • Nov. 5, 2020

As agricultural irrigation experiences a renaissance in technology, this summit gathered together industry leaders and growers to discuss the future and talk about what irrigation technology means for U.S. agriculture.
$129.00
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$149.00
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Agricultural Sprinklers Instructor Kit

Growers, farmers, regulatory agencies and environmentalists are demanding irrigation systems that better manage water and energy resources, driving advances in technology. This workbook covers sprinkler irrigation systems used in production agriculture, including criteria to select the best option based on crop type and site-specific growing conditions.
Ronald E. Sneed
January 01, 2010
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$400.00

Agricultural Sprinklers Package

Some subjects work well when taught together. Save 10% off the list price when you purchase this package that contains the following two items:
Agricultural Sprinklers - Growers, farmers, regulatory agencies and environmentalists are demanding irrigation systems that better manage water and energy resources, driving advances in technology. This workbook covers sprinkler irrigation systems used in production agriculture, including criteria to select the best option based on crop type and site-specific growing conditions.
Precipitation Rates for Agricultural Sprinkler Systems - Learn how to calculate precipitation rates and develop irrigation schedules for sprinkler systems used in production agriculture. Includes practice problems for different scenarios to use sprinklers to irrigate crops.
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$72.00

Agricultural Sprinklers Student Workbook

Growers, farmers, regulatory agencies and environmentalists are demanding irrigation systems that better manage water and energy resources, driving advances in technology. This workbook covers sprinkler irrigation systems used in production agriculture, including criteria to select the best option based on crop type and site-specific growing conditions.
Ronald E. Sneed
January 01, 2010
$25.00
$40.00
$40.00

EXAM: CAIS - Computer Based (FOR ANY DATE)

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Certification candidates must submit an application, pass a written exam and comply with a code of ethics. Certified Agricultural Irrigation Specialist (CAIS). To become a CAIS, you must pass the agriculture irrigation specialist exam. The 3-hour exam includes 100 multiple choice questions on soils, evapotranspiration, system types, irrigation scheduling, salinity, drainage, efficiency and distribution uniformity. For complete program requirements, download the candidate handbook.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
$150.00 - $200.00
$275.00 - $450.00


EXAM: CID General Agriculture Exam (FOR ANY DATE)

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Certified Irrigation Designer General Agriculture Exam To become a CID, you must pass the general agriculture exam and one of three specialty exams (sprinkler, drip/micro, surface). The 4-hour general agriculture exam includes 150 multiple choice questions on irrigation equipment, hydraulics, scheduling, precipation and application rates, spacing, soil-water-plant relationships, electrical and pumps.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
$200.00 - $250.00
$325.00 - $495.00


EXAM: CID Specialty Agriculture Exams (FOR ANY DATE)

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To become a CID, you must pass the general agriculture exam and one of two specialty exams (sprinkler, drip/micro).
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
$200.00 - $250.00
$325.00 - $495.00


EXAM: D.C./North VA - July 16, 2021, 9 AM - 2 PM

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Certification candidates must submit an application, pass a written exam and comply with the code of ethics. You must register for any certification exam at least 14 days prior to the scheduled date. The Irrigation Association reserves the right to cancel, postpone or reschedule any certification exam. Refund Policy: Upon request prior to exam, refunds will be given to candidates minus a $75 administration fee. Cancellation Policy: Exam cancellations must be made in writing at least five business days prior to exam date. Cancellations made after this date will be assessed a cancellation fee. If a candidate fails to appear on the day of the exam, the candidate will forfeit all exam fees and will not be eligible for a refund.
Friday, July 16, 2021
Irrigation Association
8280 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive
Lower Level
Fairfax, VA 22031
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Fertigation/Chemigation for Agriculture and Landscape Irrigation

Fertigation or Chemigation is the application of fertilizer or chemicals through the irrigation system. The actual function of the technology, injecting products into irrigation systems, or injection for short provides the end user with expanded option for treating water, soil, and fertility needs. Injection is a technology used extensively by a broad array of industries for a variety of purposes. The primary goal of injection in the landscape and grower markets is to provide increased automation to a process resulting in better efficiency and simplicity.
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$50.00
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Filtration for Agriculture & Landscape Irrigation

Filtration is an essential component to any drip or micro irrigation system. There are many different types of filtration practices available, and choosing the correct one can make or break your system. Filters help protect your system from plugging and wear, while ensuring you are getting the most out of your irrigation system.
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$50.00
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Irrigation Technology & the Future of Farming

In the middle of the 20th century, forward thinkers envisioned flying cars, a dream that hasn’t happened yet. They seldom addressed what farming would look like years down the road. When considering the future of farming, you probably think about self-driving tractors, but you’re thinking shouldn’t stop there. Fully autonomous pivots and completely connected crop management are closer than you realize. The goal of agriculture — and especially irrigation — is to produce greater yields with fewer inputs. But what does that mean? For starters, it means less water, lower energy bills and decreased labor costs, not to mention an improved quality of life. As machines located in fields for decades, center pivots are uniquely positioned to become data hubs and drive a revolution in artificial intelligence and machine learning to take data from reactive to predictive.

Electronic product available for immediate access. The recorded webinar will be available for 90 days after activation.

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Leveraging IoT for Ag Data

To feed a predictable world population of 9.9 billion by 2050, an increase of more than 25% from the current 2020 population of 7.8 billion, food production will need to be increased significantly. In addition to population growth, food production will have to meet the demands of swelling urban sprawls, increased income levels and continued use of crops for bioenergy and other industrial purposes. To achieve this projected growth target in food production, agriculture will have to rely on technology more than ever.

Electronic product available for immediate access. The recorded webinar will be available for 90 days after activation.

$35.00
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$50.00
Electronic product available for immediate access

Precipitation Rates for Agricultural Sprinkler Systems Instructor Kit

Teach students how to calculate precipitation rates and develop irrigation schedules for sprinkler systems used in production agriculture. Includes practice problems for different scenarios to use sprinklers to irrigate crops. A companion to Agricultural Sprinklers.
Ronald E. Sneed
January 01, 2010
$250.00
$400.00
$400.00

Precipitation Rates for Agricultural Sprinkler Systems Student Workbook

Learn how to calculate precipitation rates and develop irrigation schedules for sprinkler systems used in production agriculture. Includes practice problems for different scenarios to use sprinklers to irrigate crops. A companion to Agricultural Sprinklers.
Ronald E. Sneed
January 01, 2010
$25.00
$40.00
$40.00

Smart Irrigation Beyond the Project: How to Start Your Own Recycling Program

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Smart Irrigation Month is a time to focus on efficient application and management of water for landscapes and agriculture. We challenge you to broaden this approach and imagine the potential impact of smart irrigation beyond the water. How can we better manage our waste streams? How can we remove pollutants from the environment? How can we better support communities through waste mitigation practices? Join us as we explore these topics and identify opportunities to create positive change through irrigation-based recycling programs.
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Bryce Carnehl
Specification Marketing Manager
Hunter Industries, Inc.
Bryce has been in the landscape industry for over 20 years as a nursery worker, contractor, landscape designer, sales representative, corporate social responsibility manager, and now specification marketing manager. Throughout the years he has dedicated himself to promoting the value of green spaces.
Warren S. Gorowitz
Director of Corporate Social Responsibility
Hunter Industries, Inc.
Warren provides global leadership and strategic direction in all areas of Corporate Social Responsibility for Hunter Industries, including Hunter's corporate social responsibility report, employee volunteer and community development programs and Hunter's Charitable Giving Committee. He previously served as Ewing Irrigation and Landscape Supply Vice President of Sustainability and maintained oversight of all sustainability initiatives and Sustainable Solutions product at Ewing. Warren is a 27-year respected industry leader, and water efficiency and sustainability professional.

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Sustainability of Irrigated Agriculture in the Central Valle

The Central Valley of California is one of the most productive agricultural regions in the world due to its fertile soils, Mediterranean climate and water distribution infrastructure, but long-term sustainability of irrigated agriculture in the Central Valley is threatened by several factors. A number of policies have been enacted to mitigate these factors and ensure conservation of natural resources and economic prosperity of the region. However, for growers to be compliant with the regulations while remaining profitable requires adoption of advanced management practices and technologies. Findings from case studies applying these technologies in various crops grown in the Central Valley will be presented. Overall, sustainability of irrigated agriculture in the Central Valley of California will depend on building partnerships between growers, coalitions, regulators and other stakeholders including environmental justice groups.

Electronic product available for immediate access. The recorded webinar will be available for 90 days after activation.

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Sustainable Irrigation: An Integrated Approach

With the changing elements of agriculture and a growing population to feed, mechanized irrigation for water use efficiency and sustainability is becoming more important for global food production and grower economics. Many tools are available to determine soil, crop and environmental conditions, generating large amounts of data. A grower can be overwhelmed with how to manage this data, how to apply it to their situation, and the necessary tools to truly improve their water use efficiency and help insure sustainability. Mechanized irrigation has long been challenged by the industry to provide an integrated and strategic approach, combining rich available data with advanced mechanized control technology.

Electronic product available for immediate access. The recorded webinar will be available for 90 days after activation.

$35.00
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$50.00
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Utilizing Low-Cost Technology in Agriculture

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This webinar will focus on applied research and demonstration related to traditional industry-standard technology, while looking for ways to reduce the costs of scientific instrumentation to provide more options to agricultural decision-makers. The session will discuss drones, low-cost water samplers for edge-of-field monitoring, temperature and humidity, soil moisture sensors, and soil infiltrometers. All of these tools are designed to be internet-connected via Wi-Fi or cellular modems.
Thursday, June 24, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Erik Wardle
Manager
Colorado State University - Water Quality Program
Erik Wardle is the manager of the Colorado State University Water Quality Program in the soil and crop science department. In this position he does extensive research, writing and extension work related to agricultural water quality issues including pesticide use, nutrient management, soil moisture monitoring, groundwater/surface water interactions, conservation tillage and irrigation water management. He supports the development, validation and promotion of agricultural best management practices that allow chemical users to use these products appropriately while preventing the contamination of surface and groundwater in Colorado. He works closely with the agricultural community to ensure that research and outreach efforts provide practical, real-world solutions to water quality issues in agriculture.

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