To keep your landscape healthy, your irrigation system must operate efficiently to deliver the right amount of water plants need to thrive. An irrigation audit can determine if your system is working properly, and pinpoint where it may need attention.
Today’s weather-based Smart irrigation technology is much more water-wise than aging irrigation systems built 10-15 years ago. That’s because Smart controllers can monitor the weather, current soil conditions, evaporation, and plant use to determine when and how much water is needed, based on real-time conditions of the site.
Winter drought effects can be quite severe, leaving trees and plants highly stressed. Pine needles turn brown and fall off, plant leaves curl up and drop off, and plant roots beneath the frozen ground surface dry out, because they can’t absorb needed moisture from soil.
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Regenerative Landscapes is thinking long term, using methods that improve soil conditions that are sustainable for future plantings, and that will play a major role in restoring our environment for years to come.
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Property owners across many sectors use various water sources for irrigation. The most common fresh water sources are rivers, reservoirs, lakes and groundwater. Other reliable water sources for irrigation may come from a well, a cistern (rainwater catchment), or a pond on property.
Underground leaks within your irrigation system cannot be seen, so they can be difficult to find. However, above ground there will be obvious signs that something below ground is leaking or has broken.
Whether it be freezing winter conditions, torrential spring downpours, or blistering hot summer days, your plants and landscape need irrigation that is fine-tuned specifically to current weather and soil conditions. It’s called smart irrigation.