Category Archives: Irrigation

The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University Now Uses IrriGreen

Since its inception in 1935, The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University has grown into a valued resource for both research and recreation. Within its 100 acres, there are wildland preservation areas, rock and water gardens, a children’s garden, a …
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Where’s Minnesota’s Water Going? Too much onto Sidewalks.

When you talk about water shortages in the US, most people will immediately think of California. The Golden State’s water problems have been well-publicized for years.  Or maybe the arid west comes to mind – Colorado, Arizona, etc. But the truth is, …
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The Challenges of Transforming Technology

“We’re trying to introduce Wi-Fi and electronic sensors and [one] electronic sprinkler head to an industry where people are used to shovels to dig and put a lot of sprinkler heads in the ground.” – Gary Klinefelter, Founder and CEO …
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