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Lindsay Pivots and Pumps Provide for City’s Wastewater Needs

How do you successfully complete one of the largest wastewater treatment projects of its kind in Australia?

With a full arsenal of Lindsay products, including:

13 new poly-lined Zimmatic by Lindsay center pivots Nearly 8 miles (13 km) of polyethylene pipes A fully-integrated Watertronics pump . . .

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New Zimmatic 9500CC Custom Corner With GPS Guidance

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From Dryland Farming to Satellite-Guided Pivot Irrigation

Third-generation Seward, Nebraska, farmer Neal Hentzen has experienced first-hand the technological innovations in irrigated agriculture.

He’s farmed dryland with no irrigation. He’s farmed using flood irrigation. He’s farmed using center pivot irrigation. Now, he’s stepping up his game and farming with a satellite-guided precision irrigation system controlled . . .

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A Better Way to Irrigate Potatoes

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Maine Grower Uses EQIP Funds to Save Water

Maine potato grower Keith Labrie is a leader in the potato industry and a strong believer in resource conservation practices on his land. That’s why he’s working with his local Zimmatic by Lindsay dealer and the Maine Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in converting to more . . .

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Optimize Cotton Yields With Pivot Irrigation

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While cotton is relatively drought tolerant, optimum yields are only obtained when water stress is minimized or eliminated throughout the growing season. Cotton benefits from particular moisture conditions at each growth stage, and pivots provide growers the control they need to achieve this goal.

Cotton is . . .

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Pushing Cotton to the Limit With Pivot Irrigation

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Missouri cotton grower Alan Jones makes maximum use of pivot irrigation to boost yields, reduce labor costs and improve soil fertility on his 3,800-acre (1,538 ha) cotton farm.

“Cotton prices have generally been good recently and we are seeing more pivots going up in our area,” Jones says.

Jones farms in partnership with his . . .

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