This Wednesday, February 8. Free 2023 Irrigation Training Series webinars
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by Kevin Heverin
2d ago
Your landscape holds millions of living organisms in the soil, and after clean water mixes with the soil, you do not want that water getting back into the drinking water system. Backflow preventers are the insurance policy to stop this from happening. Use is mandatory, and water managers need to understand the basics of backflow preventers to keep our water systems safe. This week Daniel Martinez will teach the basics of backflow prevention. During this session, you will learn: What is a backflow device? Why you need a backflow preventer. How to select a backflow preventer. Regulations and t ..read more
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Four Reasons Gardens Love Rainwater
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by Richard Restuccia
5d ago
It’s been a long time since the West has seen rain like it experienced in January and we know gardens love rainwater. The rain caused lots of damage; however, the benefits of rainwater are seen in many of the gardens. Landscapes and gardens look their healthiest after significant rains. Plants look healthy and deep green. The turf looks almost emerald green. In this blog, we look at why this is true. Rain Contains Nitrates. Plants need nitrogen to grow and thrive. Nitrogen is one of the three essential nutrients plants need to live. Forms of nitrogen vary in how easily plants can absorb them ..read more
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Water Use For Agriculture and Landscape
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by Richard Restuccia
5d ago
Water use for Agriculture in California is estimated to be 80% of the total amount of water used in the state. Other states in the West have similar percentages. For example, 85% of the water used in Utah is for Agriculture, Arizona 74%, New Mexico 80%, and Colorado 89%. Yet, with all this water used for agriculture, most of the water conservation and sustainability programs are for landscape irrigation. The landscape industry should do its part to conserve, but to be clear a reduction of landscape irrigation to zero will not solve the water issues. There is a lot of pressure on the landscape ..read more
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Clean Up Your Landscape After A Storm: A Guide
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by Richard Restuccia
2w ago
This year’s storms have been strong and heavy, so understanding how to clean up your landscape after a storm is more important than ever. There are many ways to clean up your landscape after a storm, but following these steps makes the processes more manageable and ensures a better-looking landscape when good weather arrives. Of course, these will only work for some situations, but these provide a good start for most. Safety First Take a good look around before stepping outside. There may have been damage in the neighborhood impacting your property. Look for downed power lines or trees on po ..read more
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How To Track The Cost Of Water For Your Landscape
Jain Irrigation USA Blog
by Richard Restuccia
3w ago
Almost everyone will be green and sustainable if it saves them money. Only a few people will give something up or spend more for the common good of society. It is time to embrace the cost savings of water management to motivate people to save, but knowing how much they’re spending on their water is challenging. For many commercial buildings, HOAs and homeowners learn the cost of water months after the water is used. If you want to learn more about the complications of water bills, you can read, My Complete Guide to Understanding Your Water Bill here. Thanks to Jain Unity software, this has cha ..read more
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This Wednesday, January 11. Free 2023 Irrigation Training Series webinars
Jain Irrigation USA Blog
by Kevin Heverin
1M ago
The days are getting longer and now is the perfect time for investing in your landscape to ensure you are ready for spring and summer. Irrigation is one of many items that can be worked on during the winter in your landscape. There are a host of other items to attend to as well. DJ Caldwell will step us through the items in our landscapes we should focus on now to ensure a beautiful landscape for the rest of the year. During this webinar, you will learn the following: Winter watering. Is it needed? Can you make your irrigation system more efficient during the off season? Is pruning possible ..read more
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Top 5 Water Articles For 2022
Jain Irrigation USA Blog
by Richard Restuccia
1M ago
Here are the top 5 water articles from Jain Irrigation for the past year. This was the content our readers found most interesting. If you missed any of these the first time around, now’s a great time to catch up! Enjoy, and thanks again for supporting the JAIN blog over the years, and helping us spread the water conservation and sustainability message. 5 Causes Of Drought California is in a mega drought and most data indicates water is becoming more available. Georgia is heading into a drought. For the past year things have been getting worse and according to the U.S. Drought Monitor toda ..read more
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Happy Holidays from Jain Irrigation
Jain Irrigation USA Blog
by Kevin Heverin
1M ago
May your heart and home be filled with peace & joy this holiday season. We wish all our customers a successful and healthy 2023 ahead! Holiday Hours Customer Care The Jain Irrigation USA offices will be closed Monday-Tuesday, December 26-27th, in observance of the Christmas holiday, and Monday, January 2nd, first day of the New Year 2023. Customer Care will otherwise be open and available on its Winter hours schedule weekdays 7:00am-5:00pm Pacific Time ..read more
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Real Or Fake Christmas Tree – The Choice Is Yours
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by Richard Restuccia
1M ago
Try this if you’re looking for something else to talk about this year at your family holiday get-together other than politics. What is more sustainable, a real or fake Christmas tree? This year more than any other year, you will be able to strike up a spirited conversation. While immediately evident to many, the answer is much more complicated than it sounds. There are many contributing factors to the correct answer, often depending on circumstances. Below are factors to consider when you make your choice. Real Christmas Tree According to the National Christmas Tree Association (I bet you ..read more
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8 Water Stocks To Follow In 2023
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by Richard Restuccia
1M ago
In 2022 most investors delayed opening or never opened their investment statements because performance took a big hit this year, especially for technology. The Nasdaq composite index is down 30%. Tesla stock is down over 50%, Meta is down over 60%, and Amazon is down almost 50%. The broader-based S & P 500 index is down 17%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is down just over 7% at the time of this writing. We mentioned Bitcoin last year, which was enjoying an amazing run at the time, is down over 60% this year. That’s lots of bad news, but interesting to analyze water stocks because ou ..read more
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