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Variable Rate Irrigation-CropMetrics-T-L Irrigation & CropMetrics 402-462-4128


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T-L Irrigation Co., a Hastings, Neb.-based manufacturer of hydrostatically powered pivot and linear irrigation systems, announces a variable rate irrigation application, the latest advancement in web-based irrigation management and services that is combined with T-L's family of pivot management control systems. Developed by CropMetrics, the Precision Irrigation Management services provided, when coupled with the Precision Link and the Precision Point III control panel from T-L, allows improved irrigation management. It provides increased energy, water use efficiency and yield. Data-driven VRI prescriptions with Cropmetrics, Precision Link, and PPC III, combined with T-L's hydrostatic design and continuous system movement improve crop production, and provide effective application solutions with precision agronomic irrigation management. For more information, call 800-330-4264 or visit www.tlirr.com.


Introduces New Chemigation App that dynamically simplifies pump selection & Management-Agri Inject 970-848-5336


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Designed to take the complication and guesswork out of selecting and calibrating an injection pump, the Apply Yourself app from Agri-Inject, Yuma, Colo., is for the agricultural, nursery, turf or green industry market. Available for Android and iOS devices, the Apply Yourself app is a free download that works with both metric and English units and it includes a function that makes pump calibration quick and easy, as well as a timer that features both visual and audio alerts. A free version of the Apply Yourself app is reviewable by following a process on the website. Agri-Inject is a supplier of chemigation and fertigation systems. For more information, call 800-446-5328, or visit www.agri-inject.com.


End of Pivot Sprinkler R55A-Nelson Irrigation Corporation 509-524-7415


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The Nelson Irrigation Corporation's R55A end of pivot sprinkler product works in the low-pressure range of 15 to 30 pounds per square inch and provides up to 10 additional acres of coverage on a quarter mile pilot without the use of a booster pump. The low trajectory streams and large droplets penetrate the wind and resist evaporation and drift. The R55A has a wear-resistant plate, four color coded nozzles, cast aluminum body and standard 1.25-inch threads and a nozzle that can separate from the body by pulling a single pin. For more information from the Walla, Walla, Wash.-based company, call 509-525-7660 or visit www.nelsonirrigation.com.


Lindsay Announces NFTrax Airless Wheel Assembly-EG Integrated 402-515-9384


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Lindsay Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, Omaha, Neb., now offers NFTrax, an airless wheel assembly with greater traction and improved track maintenance. NFTrax is an airless design that will never go flat and keeps wheel ruts to a minimum. The wheel's steel core vulcanized rubber track is tensioned over 10 drive points. In contrast, standard pneumatic and solid tires apply greater pressure to the middle of the track base as they roll, generating a deeper trough for runoff. NFTrax applies more even pressure across the entire belt surface, forming a flatter and shallower imprint. Lindsay is a provider of automated mechanical move irrigation equipment and of transportation safety products. For more information, see a dealer or visit www.zimmatic.com.


Valley-AquaSpy-Valley Irrigation 800-825-6668 ext 6477


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Valley Irrigation and AquaSpy have announced a collaboration to offer farmers advanced soil moisture monitoring technology. Valley SoilPro 1200, powered by AquaSpy, provides real-time data that tells growers how much water is needed at each stage of a crop's growth cycle. The technology allows farmers to make knowledgeable irrigation decisions about when and where inputs are needed to maximize yields. SoilPro 1200 probes will include 12 sensors that collect soil moisture data directly from the crop's root zones, up to 60 inches underground. The sensors will send out the moisture and salinity levels every three minutes. The data will be collected and analyzed, converted into actionable conclusions and delivered to a web browser. For more information, call 402-359-2201or visit www.ValleyIrrigation.com.