Irrigation Hurdles and Headaches As the Viticulture & Grower Relations Manager at Clos du Val Wine Co., Ryan Decker is committed to growing the highest quality fruit possible. But in the past, he lacked the ability to irrigate with precision. He couldn’t see how much water was flowing through his system and he wasn’t able […]
LUMO IS Smart Irrigation Technology designed for ambitious Growers
we are a california-based smart irrigation technology company obsessed with helping growers conserve their most precious resources:
TIME, money, water.
Introducing Lumo One
The First smart irrigation valve
- Eliminate Costs by automating up to 90% of your current irrigation labor.
- Monitor Your Irrigations in Real Time with Lumo’s irrigation management software.
- Deliver the Exact Amount of Water by specifying a target volume by block or zone.
- Backed by Your Local Lumo Support Team to ensure your irrigations perform flawlessly.
We place a lot of emphasis on innovation, efficiency, and sustainability. that’s why we’re impressed with Lumo and its promise to optimize water usage for commercial growers like us.
based in California’s wine growing region, we know firsthand how precious water is. We’ll sit at the feet of any old timer and listen to their hard earned wisdom, but We’re not your grandpa’s irrigation system. We’re also not a bunch of geeks who sit in front of computers all day, pretending we know better than the grower in the field how to do their job.
We created Lumo because we love to get our hands dirty, till soil, plant and grow things on our own land, make mistakes, break things, and wake up every morning wanting to do it better. We know the significance of water—when and how much—when it comes to cultivating the best crops. We’re here to make it easier to put the right amount of water in your field.
Lumo is committed to radically reducing the amount of freshwater used in agriculture
today, agriculture consumes 70% of the world’s freshwater
Vineyard management, viticulture and irrigation resources for growers
Most growers have a rough sense of how much water flows through their irrigation system, but very few have a precise and accurate measure of what their baseline rate really is. It’s just like with food and money—we all kind of know how much we’re eating and spending. But if you never take the time […]
Most growers don’t know exactly how much water is flowing through their irrigation systems. They lack visibility. And that lack of visibility, more often than not, gets in the way of growing better crops, reducing unnecessary risks, and improving operational efficiency. Here are five things that become possible for growers to do when they start […]