Spain-based Vyrsa is looking to build on its irrigation position in the U.S. agricultural market, industrial engineer Pablo Rodriguez says.
For 20 years, the company has operated in the U.S. in states such as California. It manufactures nozzles and other irrigation components. The company is an exhibitor at the 2013 Ag Connect Expo & Summit in Kansas City.
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Listen as Rodriguez describes the future of Vyrsa in the U.S. and the variation in agricultural irrigation systems worldwide:
More than 58 countries were represented at Ag Connect in 2011, and exhibitors from many countries are present for this year's show.