Revolutionizing agricultural irrigation.
Since 1955, Lindsay has been a pioneer provider of irrigation and water management solutions. From the strength and durability of Zimmatic® pivot systems to the intelligence and advanced technology of FieldNET™, our full portfolio of industry-leading products and services help conserve resources, increase yields and benefit growers worldwide. We aren’t just building irrigation systems; we’re expanding every field and every operation’s potential. Are you ready to get started?
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From pivots and laterals to remote irrigation management and scheduling, our brands help you maximize resources and profits.
High-performing irrigation systems meet proven results, no matter the irrigation requirements or operational needs.
Fully integrated remote management and scheduling with advanced technology to control your operation from anywhere.
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A leading provider of innovative technology solutions for greater visibility, efficiency and control of your field assets.
Why pivot irrigation?
Mechanical move irrigation, like center pivots and laterals, can deliver the right amount of water at the right time in the right place—which can yield big results. Whether you’re growing row crops or cash crops or a variety of crops, learn about the advantages of pivot irrigation.
Calculate the potential irrigation savings.
Our dryland conversion calculator can help visualize how quickly an investment can pay off when you switch to a pivot irrigation system, no matter the size of your field or operation.
Keep track of your pivots anytime, anywhere.
FieldNET Pivot Watch is a remote monitoring solution that lets you keep an eye on your pivots. With real-time visibility and reporting, this cost-effective option enables smarter monitoring and more informed scheduling.
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Nov 17, 2020
Eric le Roux is a production manager on a farm in the Koue Bokkeveld in the Western Cape of South Africa.