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Irrigation Management Software That’s Purpose Built for Growers

Gain 24/7 control over your irrigation system with Lumo’s irrigation management software. Eliminate countless labor hours spent scheduling, tracking and reporting on irrigation.

Irrigation Management

Lumo Smart Irrigation Valve
Hardware - Lumo One
The only smart irrigation valve with built-in communications and flow monitoring.
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Software - The Ops Center
Irrigation management software that provides complete visibility and control over your irrigations.
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Support and service comes standard and is available on-site and on-line

How Irrigation 
Management Works

  • 1. Install Lumo One valves in your irrigation blocks/zones. Done by you or our Field Team.
  • 2. Log in to The Ops Center to create or modify your irrigation schedule.
  • 3. Lumo automatically runs irrigations and monitors for leaks or abnormalities.
  • 4. Audit and optimize your irrigation operations with data and reporting.

Irrigation Management 

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Eliminate Costs

by automating up to 90% of your current irrigation labor.
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Monitor Your Irrigations

in real-time with Lumo’s irrigation management software.
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Deliver the Exact Amount of Water

by specifying a target volume by block or zone.
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Backed by Your Local Lumo Support Team

to ensure your irrigations perform flawlessly.
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Irrigation Management

What is an irrigation management system?

An irrigation management system is a set of tools and technologies used to efficiently manage the use of water for irrigation purposes. It typically includes sensors, computers, valves and software applications that help growers optimize water use, improve crop yields, and reduce water waste.

How are irrigation management systems controlled?

Traditional irrigation management systems are typically controlled using a central controller or base station, which receives data from sensors and adjusts irrigation schedules and amounts accordingly, however, these are very expensive and difficult to install and maintain. Lumo takes a different approach by building a controller into every smart irrigation valve which makes it incredibly affordable and easy to deploy.

With Lumo, growers can control irrigation remotely using a smartphone or computer and Lumo’s irrigation management software.

What factors should be considered when choosing an irrigation management system or irrigation management software?

When selecting an irrigation management system or irrigation management software, growers should consider factors such as the size and type of their operation, the crops being grown, and the climate and soil conditions in their area. They should also consider the cost of the system and the level of technical expertise required to operate it.

What types of sensors are used in irrigation management systems?

Some of the most common sensors used in irrigation management systems include soil moisture sensors, weather sensors, and flow meters. Soil moisture sensors measure the amount of moisture in the soil, while weather sensors measure temperature, humidity, and other weather variables. Flow meters measure the amount of water flowing through irrigation lines.
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