Hundreds of decisions are made at your operation every day. We help make sure irrigation decisions are a priority.
Irrigation is our specialty.
Irrigation touches everything.
Doing irrigation well makes everything else better.
Since 2008, Irrigation Matters has worked with farming companies in adopting irrigation technology, in addition to addressing water quality, efficiency, and irrigation management. Since then, we have continued to provide solutions for our customers through our 360° approach, in an effort to help them through changes in technology, regulations, and industry trends.
WHY WORK WITH US
Built on Agronomy
Locally Owned & Managed
We don’t just have a local branch office; we’re based in the Central Valley and are close enough to hear and see what our customers’ needs are on a daily basis. Our management structure lets us make decisions quickly based on those needs so that when change is required, we can handle it.
We are not financially subsidized, nor do we rely on decision makers outside of our company. Our business decisions are between us, our customer, and our vendors.
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Our Affiliated Companies
There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to in-field sensors, water amendment equipment, in-field reports, and other irrigation management hardware. We have the ability and flexibility to match an operation’s needs to the best technology and installation. With that comes more reliable results, fewer problems and an overall better investment.
Experienced & Reliable Service
Understanding of Local Crops & Soils
We know how challenging it can be to take a product that works great in the Midwest, or in another country, and figure out how to apply it to a California crop. We do that work for our customers. All of our products and services are extensively tested on, and many designed specifically for, local crops and soils.
This is true even for software used by our Wingman™ Irrigation Consulting programs. Instead of using models developed in other parts of the world, ours was designed to provide irrigation schedules based on California models, and created specifically for local crops, weather conditions and farming practices.
We specialize in three areas of training: using irrigation-related data, operating in-field equipment and methods for estimating soil/plant moisture, with more areas added regularly. Our goal is to make sure that whatever equipment or method a company invests in, their team is adequately trained to get the value from it.
We partner with Dirty Boots™ which provides training for in-field teams to quickly learn to use and maintain in-field sensors, gypsum applicators, sulfur burners and others, so that the equipment is used as expected and lasts as long as it should. Dirty Boots™ also provides training for estimating soil/plant moisture like pressure bombing so customers can rely on these skill sets internally.