Irrigating Cotton

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The supplemental irrigation of cotton has evolved over recent years. Flood irrigation has been replaced in many areas by Center Pivot irrigation to conserve water and provide higher uniformity for growing this essential fiber. Look to Nelson Pivot Products, Pressure Regulators and Control Valves for efficiency and effectiveness. CLICK HERE TO RECEIVE A FREE LEPA SAMPLE KIT (US & Canada).



The 3NV Nozzle system for the 3030 Series offers quick change of flow or function. Couple this with the Accelerator, Orbitor, or Sprayhead depending on your needs.

  • The sprinkler converter for the A3030 Accelerator allows you to irrigate, spray, bubble, OR chemigate — ALL IN ONE.

  • The O3030 Orbitor is a new sprinkler offering outstanding uniformity with a bracketless design to minimize drift and debris hang-up.

  • The HD3030 Hose Drag Adapter and the D3030 Bubble Wide Plate are perfect for LEPA applications.


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Unknown Author | Thu, 22 Jun 2017 15:14:00 GMT

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Unknown Author | Wed, 21 Jun 2017 21:44:00 GMT

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