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Irrigation efficiency is defined by a system’s ability to deliver the required amount of water to crops at the right time and place.  Regardless of the method that growers have employed―whether aged flood irrigation, overhead application or drip―they know that an efficient irrigation system greatly depends on the equipment and tools used, and on the […]

Mini-Wobblers are suitable for Solid Set, Nursery & Greenhouse Irrigation. They provide instantaneous and uniform coverage over a large area. Mini-Wobblers are designed to operate at low pressures and deliver consistently sized droplets resistant to wind-drift and evaporation. As is typical of Senninger Wobbler® technology, these little maximizers help growers save energy and increase benefits […]

Senninger Irrigation is pleased to announce the new Xcel-Wobbler UP3 TOP sprinkler. With the release of this innovative top-of-pipe product featuring the convenient UP3 nozzle, Senninger is expanding its patented Wobbler technology, known for its abilities to operate at lower pressures and provide outstanding uniformity over a large area. The new Xcel-Wobbler UP3 TOP can […]

Which Wobbler Should I Use?

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Senninger Wobblers have a lot in common. Each Wobbler provides wind-resistant droplets, high uniformity and a similar wetted pattern, so we know that choosing the right one for you can be a little confusing. However, selecting the right Wobbler for your field and installation is simply a matter of determining:   1.  Your flow and […]

How a Wobbler Works

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Senninger introduced the Wobbler in 1980. The technology of this sprinkler design provides outstanding uniformity at low pressure, making it very popular for water and energy savings. The key to Wobbler technology is the off-center rotary motion and unique groove configuration of the water deflector. The grooves in the deflector divide the flow into numerous […]

  • Drip vs Overhead Irrigation (Part 5) Originally published in Growing Magazine’s July 2014 issue. Minimal investments for a strong ROI For large-scale commercial growers, overhead irrigation is more economically feasible. Drip systems typically cost $500 to $1,200 or more ... Learn more »
  • Drip vs Overhead Irrigation (Part 4) Originally published in Growing Magazine’s July 2014 issue. Less Complicated Farm Management at a Lower Cost After switching to drip irrigation, growers initially use less water, save money and get similar yields ... Learn more »

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