Arizona voters clearly understand the relationship between water, food, and the farm and ranch families who produce it, according to a recent poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies.
The poll results were released at the Arizona Agricultural Water Summit held Sept. 17 in Glendale.
The survey of likely Arizona voters provides a glimpse on how they think Arizona’s farm and ranch families are doing at conserving and managing water, and how voters might prioritize solutions today....More
Water insecurity, regulations, and increased demand, combined with an increasing population, makes it more critical than ever for growers to feed the world with less water and energy.
To address these concerns, Precision Laboratories introduces the product Tolero, an irrigation injection surfactant proven to increase crop yields while reducing irrigation water and the energy needed to move it....More
Newly-released National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) satellite imagery pictorially illustrates that California is sinking faster than ever before – notably not at the speed of the iceberg hit, broken-hulled Titanic.
The worst part is neither had to happen.
According to the ‘sky-spy’ folks at NASA, snapped satellite photos confirm some areas of California’s famed San Joaquin Valley are sinking nearly two inches per month tied in part to drought and continued large scale amounts of groundwater pumping....More
Arizona Department of Water Resources Director Thomas Buschatzke says the Grand Canyon State is not in a “water crisis,” thanks to a century-plus of planning which has helped conserve the ‘liquid gold’ amid rapid population and economic growth.
Yet Arizona’s water pendulum is swinging closer to an official shortage tied to prolonged drought in the Colorado River basin and more promises of the same....More