Irrigation System Success with Field-Tested Maintenance Strategies


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Dear Arizona Growers,

Recognizing the challenges associated with the transition from traditional flood irrigation methods to pressurized systems, particularly in terms of maintenance and operation, we are pleased to announce a series of workshops on irrigation system maintenance. These workshops aim to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively manage and maintain irrigation systems, ensuring optimal performance and water conservation.

Join us at three locations across Arizona for these workshops:

UA Maricopa Ag Center on April 17, 2024.

UA Yuma Ag Center on April 18, 2024.

Wilcox on May 15, 2024.

Guided by a diverse team of experts from top irrigation technology companies and the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, these workshops will explore various aspects, including grasping the essentials of unconventional irrigation systems and their components, implementing proactive maintenance strategies to prevent disruptions and enhance efficiency, and troubleshooting common issues while developing practical solutions for on-the-field challenges.

Our speakers are from recognized companies such as Netafim, Valley Irrigation, Dragon-Line, Rubicon, and N-Drip, ensuring that you receive expert insights and firsthand knowledge straight from the industry's forefront.

Moreover, these workshops will offer an opportunity for peer-to-peer learning, enabling you to share experiences and best practices with other growers who have effectively adopted these irrigation systems on their farms.

To secure your spot at these invaluable workshops, please register using the links provided below:

UA Maricopa Ag Center Registration


UA Yuma Ag Center Registration

Wilcox Registration


Whether you have been farming for years or just starting out, these workshops ensure you will gain the expertise and confidence needed to adapt to the modern agricultural landscape.

Best regards,

Diaa Eldin Elshikha

Assistant Professor and Irrigation Specialist