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An Innovative & Efficient Way to Collect PSI for Drip Audits

Learn a fast, easy and efficient way to collect pounds per square inch while performing drip audits or assessments. The IA recommends collecting psi from three points within the drip system during a drip irrigation audit. The traditional way of using a sharpened pitot tube creates waste, is time-consuming and is not the most efficient method. With this DIY, easy-to-build drip psi testing tool, you can check your three psi areas within minutes and move on to the next zone without losing a drop of water. Perhaps you are not performing a drip audit, but the system has issues that you need to figure out. With this tool, you place the rubber tip up against the orifice of the drip emitter or emitter tubing outlet, and you can move from emitter to emitter with great ease without wasting any water or poking a single hole. A psi reading is immediate and can help you quickly assess where issues are, without making a mess or wasting time.
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Drip and Micro Irrigation Design and Management for Trees, Vines and Field Crops, 5th Edition

Shorten your learning curve with this practical guide to drip and microirrigation systems. This book addresses the technical details related to these systems, including design, material selection, installation and management. Includes drip hydraulics software. Certified Irrigation Designer exam reference (CID-Specialty-Drip/Micro).
Charles M. Burt, PE, PhD, and Stuart W. Styles, PE
January 01, 2011
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Drip Irrigation Design for Plant Establishment and Long-Term Maintenance

This webinar discusses how water applied by drip emitters moves through the soil and how soil type affects water movement both horizontally and vertically. Using this information then affects how to design a drip system for plant establishment and also account for long-term plant maintenance. This webinar is worth one CEU in the Tier 1 - Irrigation Training category.
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Efficient Irrigation to Produce Cannabinol From Hemp

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Hemp (Cannabis sativa) grown for cannabinol (CBD) is a relatively new and rapidly expanding crop. The irrigation criteria requirements to maximize hemp bud yield and cannabinoid contents have not been established. In 2018 we observed hemp production yield losses in Oregon from both excessive and insufficient irrigation. In 2019 we evaluated four progressively drier irrigation onset criteria for drip-irrigated hemp with four replicates. Water use, plant heights, nutrient status, nutrient uptake and bud cannabinoid content were measured over time. Bud yield and cannabinoid content results at harvest were used to estimate water use efficiency for cannabinol production. This webinar is worth one CEU in the Tier 1 category.
Thursday, March 25, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Clinton C. Shock, PhD
Professor and Superintendent
Malheur Experiment Station OSU
Clinton Shock has enthusiasm for plants and seeks to use science and education to solve horticultural, environmental and social problems. His research develops economically viable options that are voluntarily implemented by growers. Shock has envisioned and generated win-win solutions to problems such as credit and market access for poor growers in the Brazil, revegetation in the Amazon, "sugar end" of potato in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, groundwater contamination in Oregon, irrigation-induced erosion, and production of specialty crops. As director of an Oregon State University experiment station from 1984 to 2018, he headed cooperative efforts to improve growers' yields and profitability while simultaneously correcting environmental or social problems. This work has resulted in drip irrigation technology options for onion growers and improved water quality in the Treasure Valley of Oregon and Idaho.

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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.
Monday, March 01, 2021
Wednesday, March 31, 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).
Monday, March 01, 2021
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
$0.00 - $250.00
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Fertigation, 2nd Edition

Included are detailed descriptions of injection hardware and techniques, back flow prevention, N, P, K and injection, drip system maintenance, gypsum injection, and specifications for various irrigation methods.
Charles Burt, PE, PhD, Monica Holman, Kris O'Connor and Thomas Ruehr
October 20, 2018
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$125.00

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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Keys for Maintaining Efficiency of a Drip or Microirrigation System

This webinar will cover the Irrigation Consumer Bill of Rights, the importance of system maintenance, some common mistakes that are made in design and operation, and a glimpse into irrigation scheduling.
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Landscape Drip Irrigation Design & Management, 3rd Edition

This intermediate-level resource for drip design in the landscape includes a review of soils and water availability. It provides background and guidelines for emitter spacing, emitter flow rates and system design, including wetting pattern of emitters. The book also includes guidelines for installation and maintenance, access to Excel spreadsheets for drip system design and information about microsprinkler design.
Irrigation Association
September 20, 2016
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Landscape Irrigation Design

This comprehensive textbook and reference manual introduces basic irrigation concepts, including design principles, soil-plant-water relationships, sprinkler selection and spacing, drip irrigation, controllers, electrical wiring, pumps and pump selection, and water supply and distribution.
Eugene W. Rochester
June 01, 1995
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Mobile Drip Irrigation Demonstration Results

This webinar will review the use of mobile drip irrigation as an irrigation application device for center pivot systems. MDI is a surface dripline that can be attached to center pivot systems. Webinar highlights include: an overview of Kansas irrigation situation and sprinkler packages, a history of MDI-type application packages, research studies at Kansas State University, a comparison of spray options and MDI at various irrigation capacity systems, Water Technology Farm demonstrations (including evaluation of various commercial farm technologies at the field scale), management quirks, observations, and initial conclusions.
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SDI-E — Maximizing Profit & Nutrient Utilization Including Dairy Effluent for Corn, Wheat and Alfalfa Production With Drip Irrigation Systems as a Nutrient Delivery Method

Adoption of drip systems, not only for irrigation but as a nutrient delivery tool, continues to demonstrate an attractive ROI across the United States. Row crop producers are finding that their ability to manage timing of nutrients and water awards the benefit of a significant increase to their bottom line. In the past four years, subsurface drip irrigation for effluent (SDI-E) has proven to be a more sustainable and profitable method for concentrated animal feeding operations to dispose of lagoon water and reduce commercial fertilizer costs. This webinar includes a panel of industry researchers and leading growers that are using SDI-E in their farming operations to increase yields, water and nutrient efficiency, and profitability, as well as create a more environmentally sustainable operation. They will discuss nutrient application strategies and irrigation management practices in detail and show how that results in an attractive ROI on drip systems.

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

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Using the Indicator Plant Method to Calculate Drip Emitter Requirements

The typical landscape bed is designed with plants having different irrigation water requirements, yet they are all on one irrigation zone. This webinar will use the indicator plant method of selecting the flow and quantity of emitters per plant-water-use type to apply the required amount of water for each plant. This method can also be used for line source drip and even mixing different types of overhead irrigation. (Don’t tell the irrigation police!)
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