Irrigreen Irrigation System

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Irrigreen Irrigation System

Post by ECUPirate » May 23rd, 2022, 3:46 pm

Does anyone have any experience with the Irrigreen irrigation system? It looks fairly new and I can't find a lot of reviews on it but I like the concept.

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Re: Irrigreen Irrigation System

Post by northeastlawn » May 31st, 2023, 11:01 pm

It looks really neat, but if you’re shooting for 100% efficiency, how does it handle wind. Show me how the computer handles a 15-20mph wind.

It really the only way to handle a yard with all those complex shapes.

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Re: Irrigreen Irrigation System

Post by MorpheusPA » June 3rd, 2023, 9:46 am

I'm going to figure that I do better calculations in my head for far less money. When the grass wilts, I water.

My yard has complicated shapes, handled by setting half circles at the correct spots, quarter circles at the correct spots, and so on.

And similarly, I never water if it's windy--another mental calculation that's fairly trivial. You lose water to the air, as well as warping the water shape and inaccurately watering.

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