- To read a water bill – there is a wealth of water knowledge in this bill, and you should know where to find it.
- Estimate landscape usage on a property
- Determine if the water used based on evapotranspiration is too much or too little
ENTERPRISE SALES MANAGER | ETWATER, A JAIN IRRIGATION COMPANY
Before joining Jain Irrigation, Laybourn was at Olson Irrigation where he was responsible for the go-to-market of an automatic self-cleaning water filter for agriculture. Prior to Olson, he worked at Rain Bird in field sales and product management that included being named on two U.S. patents for drip irrigation. “Agriculture is where I learned about ET (evapotranspiration) and how valuable it is, not only for saving water but also for the best plant health,” said Laybourn. “I look forward to sharing this and other insights with the Enterprise about ETwater technology, which should be their basis for making investments in smart irrigation that deliver financial payback and a return on investment that is often much better than the owner’s core business.” Dave Laybourn has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.
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