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    In 1975, Stephen Smith left a research position at Colorado State University to pursue an interest in water. His degrees and research post in agricultural engineering, coupled with an itch to apply...
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    Amiad Water Systems is a leading global producer of automatic, self-cleaning water treatment and filtration products and systems. Through its engineering skills and ability to innovate, Amiad...
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    McCrometer is a leading global flow instrumentation specialist. We specialize in the design, manufacture and testing of flow metering solutions. Instrument, process, facility and consulting engineers...
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    The Greenwall Company is the premier producer of modular and custom designed greenwalls in Australia. The Greenwall Company have created their own unique automated irrigation system, which is built...
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    An Agri-Business pioneer and global leader, Netafim™ delivers innovative solutions that increase crop yields and preserve water resources. With over 40 years of global experience...
  • Article - 23 Jun 2009
    The term fossil water, or paleowater, refers to underground water reservoirs that have been geologically sealed. The water contained in them cannot be replenished and may have been locked in for...
  • Article - 19 Sep 2019
    The Murray-Darling Basin, Australia contains productive agricultural land and to reduce water distribution losses, water level sensors were installed.
  • News - 18 Sep 2018
    500kW POWER STATION/SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEM FAMILY OWNED COTTON FARM, NARROMINE, CENTRAL NSW CONTACT: KARIN STARK (M: 0438 187 014, E: [email protected]) Launch event The solar pumping...
  • News - 14 Nov 2017
    Groundwater pumps are an essential technology in India, particularly for small farms that count on them for crops irrigation during dry seasons. Due to issues with the electrical grid and the high...
  • News - 19 Jul 2013
    A new study released today finds that so much water may be lost in the Volta River Basin due to climate change that planned hydroelectric projects to boost energy and food production may only tread...