TREE & VINE
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Meet Your Tree and Vine
The revolutionary technology behind Nelson’s Rotator® sprinklers provides more uniform water distribution patterns, better reliability, eliminates riser vibration, reduces application rates, and lowers costs and maintenance. The best solution for orchard irrigation.
Full Coverage Orchard Irrigation - made possible with Rotator® Technology - promotes optimal growing conditions for both trees and vines. Plant stress is reduced during periods of heat or harvest, complimentary cover crops can be established, cooling and dust suppression is made possible and chemical/fertilizer applications are more effective.
With the evolution of the Rotator family - there has also been the development of a number of different Feedtube Assemblies providing a multitude of mounting options. With the Acme Adapter - the 1/2" series Mini Regulator, Mini Regulator Drain Check, or Mini Drain Check can be included depending specific needs.
Tie the system together with control valves and the Nelson Control System for convenient system automation. Nelson products are key in to creating premier orchard irrigation systems.
Chinese Demand Overshadows Record US Soybean Crop
Grain markets are getting some lift this morning from higher prices in China and Malaysia. The strength is being led by soybean oil as it regains yesterday’s losses.
Continued Downside Potential for Wheat
Low Prices Could Clip U.S. Wheat Acres
Facing wheat prices hovering near the $4 range amid a massive world supply, U.S. wheat farmers could plant fewer acres this fall, according to analysts.
Here's Why the Dow/DuPont Merger May Be Delayed
Dow Chemical Co.’s chief executive officer said the $59 billion merger with DuPont Co. may be delayed until February from a planned closing late this year, as European antitrust officials take more time to consider potential competition issues in pesticides and crop seeds.
Keep Marestail in Check This Fall
The bad news? Marestail is a problematic weed lurking in many fields. The good news? There are several control options, according to Kansas State University Extension specialists Dallas Peterson and Doug Shoup.