Drain your water not your dollars
Most growers on farmland northeast of Winnipeg, Man., expect to lose about 20 percent of their acres in a typical wet year, which can happen six years in a row.
It's an area ripe for a drainage return-on-investment study, according to Mitch Rezansoff, water management specialist with Enns Brothers John Deere in Oak Bluff, Man.
He cautions that, like any major investment, it's not wise to spend a lot of money on drainage machinery and software until you have a plan. To read the full article, click here.
Agricultural tile drainage design workshop setProducers, landowners, consultants, drainage contractors, government agency staff, water resource…
LICO hosts 60th anniversary conventionThe Land Improvement Contractors of Ontario (LICO) met recently in…
Q&A with Land Improvement Contractors Association CEOJerry Biuso, CEO of the Land Improvement Contractors Association, has…
Getting the most from tile drainageThere's no doubt tile drainage can boost productivity and profitability.…
2018 Tile Drainage Design Workshop
March 7, 2018
LICA Pennsylvania State Convention
March 16-18, 2018
The International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage 2018 Conference
August 12-17, 2018