Center Pivot Irrigation: Selection, Operation and Maintenance

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

The center pivot is the agricultural and farm irrigation system of choice for many applications because of its low labor and maintenance requirements, convenience, flexibility, performance, and easy operation. This self-paced course will provide the learner with even more information about center pivots to improve their operations.

Course Information The center pivot is the agricultural and farm irrigation system of choice for many applications because of its low labor and maintenance requirements, convenience, flexibility, performance, and easy operation. This online course is based on the popular publication called Center Pivot Irrigation which is used by both pivot irrigators and dealers to select and manage pivots. The course has 8 modules covering topics such as:selecting and managing center pivotstypes of drive systemstelescopingwater applicatorsand chemigation. Each module has a quick quiz at the end to test understanding of the subject. A center pivot buyer's checklist is also included.

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