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Rice

Rice

Zimmatic center pivots provide rice growers worldwide with the best quality, highest performing irrigation systems. Year after year, these systems have proven themselves in varying types of terrain, cropping situations and irrigation requirements.

Potato

Potato

From establishment to harvest,effective water management is important at each stage of potato growth. At Lindsay, we take into account many factors when designing irrigation systems to meet your specific needs, such as local microclimate, soil type and elevation

Sugar Cane

Sugar Cane

Getting the correct amount of water on your sugar cane crop is essential for producing high yields. Lindsay irrigation systems bring a cost-effective solution, alleviating risk when the weather isn't cooperating.

Tall Crops

Tall Crops

You can have all the advantages of a Zimmatic irrigation system for your tall crops whether it is citrus, hazelnuts, coffee, sugar cane or fruit orchards for bananas, papaya, pears or apples. Zimmatic offers medium, high and ultra high clearance towers to meet your particular crop needs.

Alfalfa, Hay & Turf

Alfalfa, Hay & Turf

A Zimmatic irrigation system is more than just an insurance policy against drought conditions. Producers know that water management is the key to producing high yields for alfalfa, pasture grasses and sod. Water stress affects yield, crop growth, development and quality. Proper and adequate irrigation also shortens the time from seeding to harvest.

Corrosive Water

Corrosive Water

Zimmatic® offers long-lasting pipeline solutions for corrosive water conditions such as process water and wastewater. High-quality materials and heavy-duty construction will provide trouble-free service year after year.

Waste Water

Waste Water

Zimmatic® Land Application Systems let you stop looking at wastewater disposal as a challenge and start realizing its potential benefits. By applying wastewater to the soil through automated irrigation systems, you utilizing nature's living filter. Through a series of natural chemical and biological processes, the purity of wastewater can be dramatically improved by the time it percolates beyond the root zone and reaches the water table.