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A smart irrigation controller automatically adjusts watering based on local weather conditions. For example when it rains the smart irrigation controller will reduce or turn off your irrigation to [...]
Water Saving Tips
A smart irrigation controller automatically adjusts watering based on local weather conditions. For example when it rains the smart irrigation controller will reduce or turn off your irrigation to [...]
Water Saving Tips
The Weather Web provides you with neighbourhood weather data in your suburb or one nearby, rather than information from a weather station that may be a long distance from you. The Weather Web is made [...]
Water Saving Tips
To make your existing irrigation system ‘smart’, the first step is to determine what type of irrigation system you currently have. Generally there are two types: Standard (central automated) [...]
Water Saving Tips
The Darwin region currently uses more water than can be captured and supplied in the long term, and climate variability means we are never sure how much rain we will get from year to year. So learning [...]
Water Saving Tips
Do you already have an automated irrigation system and can’t figure out what the big deal is about smart irrigation controllers ? Well, you’re not alone; we get asked this question all the time! And [...]
Water Saving Tips
A smart irrigation controller automatically adjusts watering based on local weather conditions. For example, when it rains the controller will reduce or turn off your irrigation to save you water. It [...]
Water Saving Tips
There are many different types of sprinklers, including fixed spray, single-stream rotors or multi-stream rotors, and drippers. Each type of sprinkler applies water at different rates, making it hard for you to work out how long to water your lawn and plants to reach the recommended 10 mm of water.
Water Saving Tips
A network of weather stations around Darwin provides a resource of localised weather information from suburb to suburb to help make smart decisions about efficient watering in the garden.
Water Saving Tips
Many people struggle to know how much to water their garden. Do you water for 20 minutes, 40 minutes, or more? How many days per week? And what type of sprinklers should you use? It sure can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. There are some general rules of thumb to help you work it all out.