Using smart irrigation technology, not only is “smarter” – but can help to protect our water resources. Here in Atlanta, we’ve had a surplus of rainfall this year but just 4 short years ago we were in a drought and irrigation usage was severely limited.
Consider “smart technology” ET controllers that perform daily adjustments of water applications according to weather information delivered via radio page, phone or internet. ET controllers adjust both the amount and frequency of water applied. Other smart technology such as rain sensors that prevent irrigation systems from operating during or shortly after rainfall can save water.
Simply adding an inexpensive rain sensor to an irrigation system that doesn’t have one could save you time (which is very valuable) and money – up to 15%.

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