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A social presence


Use these three tips to utilize your Twitter feed and Facebook page more effectively. More

Kichler expands DesignPro LED


In addition, the company announces the dates of its remaining training classes. More

HydroPoint releases two new products


The WeatherTrak Mobile and Central Internet Management are now available. More

ET Water upgrades its QuickDraw mobile application


Users can obtain real-time flow rates, check valve status and view station schedules directly from a mobile phone or tablet. More

Rain Bird releases new pump stations


The LC Series can be used in many applications. More

Irritrol offers new mobile app, programmable remote


Irrigation professionals can access product literature, spec sheets and more with the app. More

Toro ‘Evolves’ at IA Show


The Evolution irrigation controller will be available in two models. More

Unique Lighting brings new products, expansion to IA show.


The new products include the Light Logic Wireless Control System featuring scene lighting control. More

By the numbers


L&L got a sneak peek at some new research from the IA. More

Ewing’s Ray and Sue York awarded Industry Achievement Award


As Ewing celebrates its 90th anniversary, Ray and Sue York, pioneers of Ewing Irrigation’s growth and development, received one of the Irrigation Association’s highest honors. More

IA announces Smart Irrigation Month winners


These awards recognize exceptional Smart Irrigation Month promotions. More

3 tips for getting paid


It can be a challenge, but here are steps to make it easier to get your money. More

OFA announces new joint venture with ANLA


Partnership could lead to further cooperation, merger More

Keynote, schedule announced for 2010 Irrigation Show


Hotel and travel information also available online. More

Drought Prompts Contractors in North Carolina to Campaign


A group called the Green Industry Council is organizing a campaign so that some people in Mecklenburg County can water outside again. More

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Two ASIC members discuss their real-world budget strategies.

How to avoid sticker shock

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