Irrigation Management System for Growers
With 24/7 control of your irrigation system at your fingertips, Lumo’s irrigation management system removes the labor hours spent turning valves without removing human decision making and control.
Powered by Lumo’s Smart Irrigation Valve
Built-in Flow Monitoring
How Lumo's Irrigation Management System Works
Schedule irrigations from Lumo’s intuitive management software
Lumo will execute irrigations automatically and track water flow in real-time
Detect and automatically stop irrigations if flow-rate is abnormally too high or low
Irrigation Management Benefits
With reliable and trustworthy irrigation management, you can redeploy valuable resources to other areas of your business.
Volume Based Irrigation Scheduling
Run irrigations based on volume of water not length of time. When Lumo records the desired volume of water, it will close the valve, giving you precision control over your irrigations.
Detect Catastrophic Leaks
Digital Record Keeping
Why Growers Love Lumo
Irrigation Management Frequently Asked Questions
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, controllers, valves and software applications that help farmers optimize water use, improve crop yields, and reduce water waste.
What are the benefits of using an irrigation management system?
An irrigation management system can help farmers save water, reduce labor costs, and improve crop yields. By monitoring soil moisture levels, weather conditions, and other variables, farmers can adjust irrigation schedules and amounts to ensure that crops receive the optimal amount of water. This can help to reduce water waste and improve crop health.
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.
How are irrigation management systems controlled?
Traditional irrigation management systems are typically controlled using a central controller, 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, farmers can control irrigation remotely using a smartphone or computer.
Can irrigation management systems be used with any type of irrigation system?
Yes, irrigation management systems can be used with any type of irrigation system, including drip irrigation, sprinkler irrigation, and flood irrigation. However, the specific sensors and techniques used may vary depending on the type of system being used.
What factors should be considered when selecting an irrigation management system?
When selecting an irrigation management system, farmers 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.
Is there an additional fee to use the Lumo mobile app?
Does Lumo’s software require training?
Can I manage multiple farms simultaneously with the Lumo platform?
How much does the Lumo software cost?
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