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10 Smart Irrigation Month Posts We Love

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Its Smart Irrigation Month again and contractors, designers, water agencies and manufacturers took to social media to assist in narrating the month. Smart
Irrigation Month is an industry campaign to increase public awareness of the value of water-use efficiency during summer’s peak demand.

Here are some of our favorite posts:

@MDSavesWater provides us with entertaining posts all year long. Check him out on Instagram too for all your questions about indoor growing!

 

In this tweet the @irrigationassoc reminds us of the good things that come from smart water management.

@DenverWater is the leader in entertaining water conservation messages and this one does not disappoint. Be sure to click the link!

@AccWaterWarrior aka “The Frog” tests the limits of water humor better than anyone else I know. Many of their communications are laugh out loud funny! Be sure to check out this tweet as well as their blog articles. This post on April 1st invites people to come down and take a paddle boat ride in the water reclamation facility.  Complete with photos – Its one of my favs.

And this one from @sdcwa to adjust sprinklers

So far this is the most popular tweet

Need some help with the process of smart irrigation. This tweet helps.

Is your tubing manufactured with Dow resin?

@MiamiUCU has been on the leading edge of water conservation education for years! We follow all their posts and training. Take some time to view their videos too. They are the best. This one is weird and funny all at the same time.

@Coronatools once again covered #SmartIrrigationmonth on #landscapechat. Year after year Corona Tools supports and does an excellent job of spreading the Smart Irrigation Month word.

Gachina Landscape reminds us the value of smart controllers to manage water efficiently.

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