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TAG: Irrigation Show

LM Gallery: January 2022

January 19, 2022By
Photo: LM Staff

A few of the faces the LM team encountered recently, including at the 2021 LM Growth Summit, Kioti’s Ride & Drive event and the 2021 Irrigation show. read more

SiteOne named exclusive landscape sponsor of IA University

July 20, 2021By

SiteOne Landscape Supply will serve as the exclusive landscape sponsor of “IA University” held during the Irrigation Associations’ Education Week Dec. 6-10. read more

Rain Bird Flow Indicating Basket wins top award at 2021 New Product Contest

January 5, 2021By

Rain Bird’s Flow Indicating Basket Filter won the top award in the Landscape Irrigation category of the Irrigation Association’s 2021 New Product Contest. read more

Events postponed, canceled due to COVID-19

September 8, 2020By
2019 GIE+EXPO trade show floor (Photo: Brian Bohannon Photography)

A list of green industry events that have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, including GIE+EXPO, the Irrigation Show and more. read more

Educate, celebrate your irrigation crew

January 8, 2020By
Photo: fcafotodigital/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

It’s been a positive and productive 2019, and now is a great time to celebrate with the team and highlight their excellent work over the last 12 months. Better yet, how about combining education and celebration into one event? To get you started on creating your own combo, here are some ideas to pair both goals together in 2020. Irrigation... read more

Irrigation Show touts innovation

December 11, 2019By

Nearly 9,000 attendees, 600 exhibitors, 56 entries in the 2019 New Product Contest. One Irrigation Show. The 2019 Irrigation Show, hosted by the Irrigation Association and collocated with the National Ground Water Association and the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association, took place Dec. 2-6 in Las Vegas. Throughout the trade show floor, the words “innovation” and “sustainability” could be heard... read more