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Hydroside selected as a Top Ten Semi-Finalist in the 2020 American Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge!

Hydroside selected as a Top Ten Semi-Finalist in the 2020 American Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge! COEUR D’ALENE, ID., November 26, 2019 — The people at HydroSide Systems believe in what they do.  That belief has led to an amazing innovation and patent-pending system for the traveling irrigation niche in farming and ranching.  Recently, HydroSide …

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Selecting a Sprinkler Irrigation System

From our friends at North Dakota State University  This article compares and contrasts the four main types of agricultural irrigation: subsurface irrigation, surface or gravity irrigation, trickle irrigation and sprinkler irrigation. Selecting the right sprinkler for irrigating your crops is essential, and by augmenting your system with HydroSide’s patent-pending hydroelectric motor and drive, you’ll put …

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Sprinkler Irrigation Studies and Resources from Utah State University

Sprinklers, Crop Water Use, and Irrigation Time Utah has a unique agricultural climate, and this study takes a look at managing limited water resources to get the best yields without excessive wasted water. This article even breaks down precipitation rates, irrigation cycle time, and crop area into mathematical formulas to get the most out of …

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Irrigation Studies and Resources From Washington State University

Managing Wheel Lines and Hand Lines for High Profitability A Washington State University study of managing wheel lines and hand line irrigation when dealing with different soil types for the best potential crop yields, without overwatering or wasting water on your irrigation cycle. VIEW THE PDF The Economics of Alternative Irrigation Systems in the Kittitas …

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