Learn about the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure and how smart irrigation helps it thrive.
Understanding soil water transport will help your landscape thrive and save you money, water, and time.
On an athletic field, natural grass is usually favored over artificial turf. Natural grass not only looks great, but creates a cooler field surface for players. It also eliminates injuries athletes can experience on unforgiving synthetic turf. But natural grass is a living plant, and regular gameplay and heavy stomping will damage the field surface if not properly maintained.
A lush and colorfully planted HOA landscape is not only appealing to the eye, it also increases property value. It’s called curb appeal, but beautiful landscaping doesn’t maintain itself. It takes time and effort.
Efficiently managing irrigation while away on Summer vacation can be challenging, especially if an unexpected stormy weather pattern strikes and you’re not there to adjust or turn off the automated timer.
A green roof is basically a vegetative landscape planted over a waterproofed structure. It can be as simple as an esthetically pleasing, planted private space up on the roof, or as expansive as a rooftop plaza on a commercial building, hotel or hospital.
Watersheds are vital to sustaining life. They feed bodies of water that supply our drinking water, and provide water for agriculture, manufacturing and recreation. Watersheds also serve as natural habitats for various animals and plants. So it’s critical that we protect our watersheds to keep them clean and healthy.
Today’s smart irrigation technology will not only save you time, water and money, it will help your dormant plants’ root systems survive the frozen months of Winter to grow strong, healthy plants come Spring!
From timed sprinkler systems to managing your cloud-based Smart Irrigation System on your mobile app– welcome to the present and ever-evolving, technology-driven future of Modern Methods of Irrigation!
When it comes to watering their lawns during hot days of summer, many homeowners may think that setting their drip irrigation or sprinkler system to turn on once or twice a week and give it a good soaking is enough.