Technical Sales Manager, ETwater - a JaIN IRRIGATION COMPANY
Weather information beyond temperature and simple devices like rain sensors is critical for precise irrigation management. Plant scientists teach us to balance the amount of water depleting from the landscape due to weather, the amount of water applied via irrigation, and free water from the heavens (rainfall!). Keeping the balance is key to minimizing water use and ensuring your plant and landscape assets are healthy and happy. Once you know the inches of water a plant needs to be healthy, the inches of water depleting from the landscape, and the inches of water applied by irrigation and rainfall, you can dial in precise watering control. You can’t do this without weather data gathered, analyzed, and distributed automatically.
In this session, you will learn:
- The three inputs for proper irrigation management
- How a standard measuring unit – inches – helps make management easier
- Why weather is so much more than temperature
- How the correct data makes the science of water management work
We look forward to you joining us on Wednesday for this informative session on water management.