By Conner Olsen and Alec Kowalewski In times of drought, outdoor water-use restrictions are most often focused on landscape water use, and implemented in terms of the number of days per week for which watering is allowed. This method, although effective at reducing water use, neglects to consider ideal irrigation frequency for maintaining the health […]
Steve Abernethy will be transitioning from the role of vice president of global sales for landscape irrigation and outdoor lighting for the Hunter Industries Company to be Senninger Irrigation’s vice president of global sales. Abernethy brings more than two decades of experience to his new leadership position. “We are excited for Steve to join the […]
Senninger increases durability and efficiency of pivot Wobbler Senninger Irrigation has expanded their line of agricultural products with the introduction of the i-Wob2, which aims to reduce the number of times a sprinkler package needs to be replaced. The i-Wob2 features enhanced materials and shroud guards to protect the system from damage and double as […]
As a leader and innovator in plant production, Oregon’s nursery and greenhouse industry has an equal responsibility to make a difference on the environmental side of the coin. We frequently remind our members of Congress and the Oregon Legislature that the industry sends ecologically friendly green products out of the state, bringing traded sector dollars […]
A is for April — and Annuals.
This traditional method of water purification was tested for its effectiveness at removing two common greenhouse pathogens, Phytophthora and Fusarium.
In this special edition of Digger magazine, we look at water, one of the key ingredients for growing plants.
These steps will help ensure nursery ponds perform their function.
Agencies and programs offer help with water treatment and conservation.
Oregon nurseries face a variety of water-related challenges.