De Jager Farms, southeast of Merced, uses drip irrigation to water plots of feed corn, seen during a tour Aug. 26, 2015. The project also involves Netafim USA, which makes drip irrigation supplies and has a Fresno branch, and Sustainable Conservation, a San Francisco group that helps businesses protect the environment.
De Jager Farms, southeast of Merced, uses drip irrigation to water plots of feed corn, seen during a tour Aug. 26, 2015. The project also involves Netafim USA, which makes drip irrigation supplies and has a Fresno branch, and Sustainable Conservation, a San Francisco group that helps businesses protect the environment. John Holland Modesto Bee file
De Jager Farms, southeast of Merced, uses drip irrigation to water plots of feed corn, seen during a tour Aug. 26, 2015. The project also involves Netafim USA, which makes drip irrigation supplies and has a Fresno branch, and Sustainable Conservation, a San Francisco group that helps businesses protect the environment. John Holland Modesto Bee file

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