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WIFI Sprinkler Controllers Market Size, Scope And Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- This WIFI Sprinkler Controllers Market report divides the market into segments and sub-segments. With this market analysis, managing the breakdown of the industry becomes easy. This WIFI Sprinkler Controllers market report also helps in making informed decisions by providing unique industry insights along with historical and forecast industry data. It presents …

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Upper Allen Township considers fates of McCormick Road house as part of park plans | The Sentinel: News

Zack Hoops The Sentinel Although the fate of the structure is not yet decided, Upper Allen Township commissioners expressed skepticism at this month’s meeting that the partly historic home at 1215 McCormick Road could be renovated or re-used as part of the planned township park on the property. The township is in the process of …

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Senate bill would guarantee farm irrigation water supply from Lake O

New legislation being heard Wednesday could guarantee agriculture gets the irrigation water it wants to siphon off Lake Okeechobee, even when the lake’s level begins to fall. The bill the Senate Appropriations Committee filed Friday had South Florida environmentalists worried about myriad consequences, including: Prioritizing farming over the health of the Everglades Increasing discharges to …

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Santa Anita Barn Notes: Don’t Swear Dave to Run Next in Pasadena Stakes

(Don’t Swear Dave to run in Pasadena Stakes / Benoit Photo & Courtesy of Santa Anita) From the Santa Anita Media Team: O’NEILL, REDDAMS JOIN FORCES IN PASADENA Doug O’Neill is believed to have had a personal record of nine horses nominated to next Saturday’s $100,000 Pasadena Stakes, but plans to run only one, Don’t …

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Replacing irrigation system at Westview Golf Course won’t be cheap or quick – Muddy River News

The green on the fifth hole at Westview Golf Course. | Photo courtesy of Quincy Park District QUINCY — Quincy Park District officials discussed replacing the irrigation system at Westview Golf course during Wednesday night’s monthly meeting inside the organization’s Bonansinga Drive compound. David Morgan, director of golf for the district, detailed how a series …

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Lake County News,California – Turlock Irrigation District selected to pilot first-in-the-nation water-energy nexus project involving solar panels over canals

At its Feb. 8 board meeting, Turlock Irrigation District, or TID, announced Project Nexus, a pilot project to build solar panel canopies over a portion of TID’s existing canals to operate and research a truly innovative, multi-benefit, water-energy nexus project that can further California’s push toward water and climate resiliency. Project Nexus, a public-private-academic partnership …

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“A Boost for My Further Development” – Kirill Grishenko Plans to Take Full Advantage of ‘Unexpected’ Interim Title Shot

Kirill Grishenko did not expect his shot at gold to come after only two fights in ONE Championship. ADVERTISEMENT Article continues below this ad But now that his opportunity has arrived, the undefeated Belarusian wants to make the most of his ONE Interim Heavyweight World Title clash versus Russian powerhouse Anatoly “Sladkiy” Malikhin next Friday, …

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Dry winter drains reservoirs, ruins crops in Spain, Portugal

ACEREDO, Spain (AP) — Roofs peeking out of the water have become a common sight every summer at the Lindoso reservoir in northwestern Spain. In especially dry years, parts would appear of the old village of Aceredo, submerged three decades ago when a hydropower dam flooded the valley. But never before has the skeleton of …

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