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Newsletter - May 6, 2019

May 06, 2019

Published in: Newsletter Archive

Land F/X Weekly Newsletter May 6, 2019
Webinar: Parallels

Presented by: Mike Bennett
May 10, 2019
10 a.m. Pacific Time

If you work with Macs, you'll need Parallels and a Windows operating system to use Land F/X. We'll take a look at some of the basic system requirements for using this software and show you some configuration settings that will prepare you for the best possible experience with virtualization. As a bonus, we'll hold a raffle at the end of the webinar, where one lucky viewer will win licenses for both Parallels and Windows 10 Home edition.

Land F/X 2019 Photo Contest Ends May 10
Land F/X 2019 Photo Contest Ends April 30th. Great prizes to be won!
This is your final week to submit and vote in the Land F/X 2019 Photo Contest! Submit your photos and vote for your favorites today. We are excited to give away some amazing prizes, and some lucky entrants will be fired up to win them. Help keep the inferno in our hearts raging – just submit and vote.
Power Tip: Spot Elevations in Irrigation
Power Tip: Spot Elevations in Irrigation
Presented by: Jake Lott
Recommended by: Jeremiah Farmer

If your system has elevation differences, you can account for them in multiple ways. These options for configuring elevation differences provide a quick way to account for the pressure requirements imposed by these variations in elevation. We'll show you how easily you can add this information to your plan and identify the locations of all these elevation changes.
National Bike Month by Forrestt Williams
National Bike Month - Land F/X Does Bicycling
National Bike Month -Jake Lott Bikes to Work
National Bike Month
Article by: Forrestt Williams

May is National Bike Month, with National Ride Your Bike to Work Day landing on Friday, May 17. Why am I planning on riding my bike to work for (most of) May? Is it because cars are bad for the environment? Is it because riding a bike is good for my health? Naw, I just enjoy riding. It’s fun to be outside after a long day inside an office staring at a computer. (Plus I live 2 miles from Land F/X, and biking literally takes the same amount of time as driving.)

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