Check out these Seminars and Exhibitors who help you
maximize your use of this precious commodity!
Best Practices in Response to Drought
by Adam Carr, The Irvine Company
Senior Manager of Landscape Operations for the Irvine Company (and 10 Years with Brickman), has fulfilled nearly every role possible ranging from Crew Lead, Project Director, Account Manager, Sales, and Branch Manager, eventually earning his CLT Certification as well. He is presenting the seminar Best Practices in Response to Drought and will bring a construction centered land owner's perspective to the table. It will take place on November 17th at 12:00PM.
Backflow Testing, Troubleshooting, and Repair
by Richard Daigle, Irrigator Tech
Richard Daigle has been a contributing member to the Irrigation Industry for over 37 years and is an expert on irrigation technology. Backflow technology is mandatory in all major projects and sites. You'll learn how to troubleshoot and work with backflow devices in this important seminar Backflow Testing, Troubleshooting, and Repair presented on both days: Weds at 12:00PM and Thursday at 10:00AM.
As a Special Bonus, Diagle's Seminars include product samples and promotions as well.
Backflow Testing, Troubleshooting, and Repair
by Craig Borland
Craig Borland has worked for Toro Irrigation/Irritrol for 27 years, has taught for the Irrigation Association for the past 21 years and serves on the I.A. Education Foundation Committee as an Subject Matter Expert. This seminar will help you Identify what issues arise from field wiring faults, what is causing the fault, and what steps need to be taken to repair common field wiring issues. Join his seminar Field Wiring Diagnosis, on
November 17th at 8:00AM.
Commercial Irrigation Communication,
Tools, and Gadgets by Mark Pedicone
Mark Pedicone has been in the landscape irrigation industry in Southern California for over 40 years and is currently working with Imperial Sprinkler Supply. He will be discussing the latest technology and methods of communication for commercial irrigation control systems and the latest gadgets and tools on the market to help overcome adding to your commercial control systems. Watch his seminar Commercial Irrigation Communication, Tools, and Gadgets, on November 16th at 12:00PM.
How Landscapes can Save our Cities by Janice Gould
Janice Gould has spent the past fifteen years dedicating her time and passion to irrigation. She has become a strong advocate for water conservation and improving water management and sustainability to preserve the environment and create a livable planet and is focused on R&D of new innovative solutions and collaborating with companies introducing new Tech for water management, soil regeneration, methods for preserving landscapes & green spaces in urban areas, and sustainable practices that will positively impact the environment. Join her seminar How Landscapes can Save our Cities, on November 16th at 2:00PM.
Greywater Irrigation by Joseph Gallegos
Joseph Gallegos, speaks nationally on the subject of Greywater, he deals nationally with Do It Yourself (DIY) in commercial projects daily. He has been in the Greywater business since 2015, when he developed a system to keep his lawn green during the 2015 drought. Owner of the company Grey4Green.com, that has a YouTube channel "Grey4Green" teaching DIY homeowners how to install greywater on their own. His greywater equipment is sold nationally by Lowes.com. Joseph will be presenting the seminar Greywater Irrigation on November 17th at 10:00AM.
Irrigation Flow Sensing and Management
by Doug Callison
Doug Callison is a Senior Product Sales Manager for Water Conservation in Southern California & Hawaii for Rain Bird's Landscape Division, with over 40 years of irrigation industry experience, including roles working with distribution, specification, sales, product management, and new product development. Doug holds nine US patents for Rain Bird products. Watch his seminar called Irrigation Flow Sensing and Management, on November 16th at 8:00AM.
Soil Moisture for Newly Planted Trees by Wei Zhang
Interested in planting trees? Wei Zhang will be presenting a seminar at 8:00AM on November 17th titled Soil Moisture for Newly Planted Trees. In his seminar, Zhang will outline many of the most important factors that come into play when planting trees and how to make sure that they will grow up healthy.
Irrigating California Natives by Tim Becker
Tim holds a BA in Environmental Studies and Agroecology and a Certificate in Ecological Horticulture from UC Santa Cruz. This course presents the irrigation systems and techniques used to establish and maintain a California native plant landscape. Instruction focuses on water conservation approaches and technologies and how native plants can be part of a sustainable future for water use in California. We will also look at troubleshooting and diagnosing plant failure based on irrigation approaches as well. Watch his seminar Irrigating California Natives, on November 17th at 1:30PM.