Irrigation Control using Smart Controllers and the weather

Know when to water

This water management simulation helps you see how the factors relate. Follow the four simple steps to see how climate controlled irrigation manages an irrigation schedule.

Use this simulation to see the best way to water at different times of the year, in different locations, with different plant types and watering depths.

Controller Link

Smart Irrigation Control

Climate Controlled Irrigation

 

Step 1: Plant Type

(Select a Plant Type)
Irrigation Control for Warm Grass Water Management and Irrigation Control for Cool Grass Water Management and Irrigation Control for Low Water Plants Water Management and Irrigation Control for Trees Water Management and Irrigation Control for Shrubs Water Management and Irrigation Control for Warm Grass
Crop Coefficeint (KC)
Step 2: Irrigation Amount

Root Zone

Soil Type

 

 

Irrigation Amount



(Root Zone Working Storage)

 

Sprinkler Timer Simulation

Irrigation System


In/Hr

%

 

Sprinkler Timer Simulation

Run Time

Minutes

(Or enter the Valve Run Time, Precipitation Rate & Soil Type to calculate Irrigation Amount and Root Depth)
Step 3: Starting Date
Landscape water cycle will be collected for 14 consecutive days.
Starting Date :

Step 4: Choose a weather station

Weather Reach Water Management products automate irrigation control using real-time conditions.

Learn more about Controller Link or Rain Bird ET Managers.