Smart irrigation controllers require components to form a complete system. That means sourcing parts from different manufacturers and sourcing software from a developer and trying to install them so that they work harmoniously together.
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Category: Vineyard Irrigation
Why hasn’t irrigation automation been widely adopted in vineyards? There are a few common barriers to automation in the vineyard that are perhaps the most obvious to those who farm the land: reliability, cost, and connectivity.
One thing Ryan sees clearly on the horizon is being able to create a system that runs itself, using smart irrigation technology and sensors
No matter which agricultural philosophy a farmer chooses to practice, irrigation management is a constant necessity.
California winegrowers and researchers are at the forefront of change when it comes to irrigation, although there’s still a long way to go
Learn how to improve your crop quality, reduce costs, and conserve water by irrigating the right way: the smart way.
Grape growers can use this soil moisture data over the course of a growing season to determine how much they need to irrigate their vines in order to achieve their desired outcome.
Vineyard irrigation practices have come a long way in the last half-century. In this post, we’ll examine irrigation technologies for both system operation and for system feedback.
In this first piece in Lumo’s Heart of a Grower series, Gustavo Aviña tells us why it’s important to work hard, love what you do, and stay connected to the ground.