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November 4, 2020
Satellite Remote Sensing Integration With Jain Logic Makes Growers More Productive

Jain Irrigation, Inc., the world leader in irrigation technology, announced today satellite remote sensing is now seamlessly integrated with Jain Logic and included with each Jain Logic subscription. Today satellite imagery with remotely sensed data appears on the Jain Logic™ map base, and when combined with irrigation information in Jain Logic, decision making has never been faster and more precise. Identifying and reacting to potential irrigation system issues, pest pressure, disease, and nutrient deficiencies are now quicker and easier for growers. With more than 25,000 global sites, Jain is the only company bringing together satellite imagery with ETc calculations and uniformity, weather, soil moisture monitoring, and automation control, deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to help our customers get more crop per drop.

With just a click, Jain Logic users can see ETc uniformity and crop vigor images provided by Agralogics layered on to their field maps. Coupled with Jain Logic’s robust soil moisture infiltration and scheduling tools, field-specific water management is even more precise and quicker than before. With another click, users can drill down into the ETc data visualizing crop water consumption and crop vigor trends, including comparing against irrigation applied water over the entire growing season. Growers can now make adjustments to water, fertilizer, or other in-field practices and quickly see the results of their decisions by assessing weekly crop vigor responses.

You can view a demonstration here.

No single grower platform allows users to see this much data in one location for an available subscription price. “We are committed to helping our growers improve their irrigation precision and efficiency by continually raising the bar of Jain Logic’s performance. This singular focus enabled us to have millions of acres in California using Jain Irrigation systems today. Satellite remote sensing seamlessly fitting with the comprehensive suite of Jain Logic irrigation management tools is a game-changer for our customers”, said Aric Olson, President of Jain USA.


Jain is a fully integrated global food/plant production company recognized by Harvard Business to be one of five global sustainability champions and the G-20 for lifting people out of poverty. Our irrigation manufacturing capabilities include everything from behind the pump to the flush valve at the end of the lateral and everything in between, including drip irrigation. We lead the industry in manufacturing technology, owning both our extrusion and mold manufacturing equipment providers. Jain leads plant science research globally across a variety of food crops and is staffed with some of the world’s leading research scientists. With the Gandhi Library, Jain now houses the prominent collection of the world’s best plant science knowledge in a single facility. Our agronomic knowledge is integrated from our world-class tissue culture operations through our food processing businesses. We research, educate, advance, manufacture, finance, propagate plants, and purchase produce for processing all to fulfill the Jain mission, “leave this world better than you found it.”

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