TREE & VINE
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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 8200 Controller for convenient system automation. Nelson products are key in to creating premier orchard irrigation systems.
AgWeb Radio; Midday Commentary 4-24-14
Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing says three things are moving the market today; 1) the weather, 2) Russia/Ukraine situation, and 3) China is having trouble financing beans. Meats are not as strong as anticipated.
Vermont Moves Toward Labeling of GMO Foods
The legislation says there is a lack of consensus among scientific studies on the safety of genetically modified foods, and no long-term studies examining their effects.
AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 4-24-14
Craig VanDyke of Top Third Ag Marketing says export sales and weather are the main concerns of traders. Cool wet weather is positive for the corn markets. China is still a concern for the bean market.
You Will Eat Your Peas Now as Big Food Binges on Plant Proteins
Big food companies like General Mills are using legumes in their products to capture a more health-conscious base.
Should You Grow More Corn?
The competition for acres is driven by several things, including agronomic factors and profitability. But is there a revenue advantage to more corn acres?