How to install your Automatic Watering System Thanks for your recent purchase of our Raindrip Automatic Watering Kit. Installation of this kit should take about 20 minutes. We have also provided a link here that shows you how to program the timer if you need help. Let’s get started on the installation. Getting Started TheRead More What’s the best drip irrigation system to water my flowers, shrubs and trees?
I love farming but it’s tough this year we haven’t had any rain, any appreciable rain in this area since planting time. We don’t go huddle up at the coffee shop in the morning and agree on the marching orders for the day, we kind of do our own thing out here and it’s servedRead More SALTWATER – A Texas farm’s future hangs in the balance.
(upbeat music) Anybody who has an irrigation system, underground irrigation system, an automatic system, one of these little things is worth its weight in gold. This is actually a rain sensor. You put it out into the open ether on an eave or on a fence or something like that so this part is outRead More How Much Water? Rain Gauges, Sensors and Tuna Cans
Installing and programming your Essential 1603 Low Pressure Series Tap Timer can be done with these easy steps. Start by installing the battery. Remove battery cover and battery tray. Insert two Triple A alkaline batteries and then replace the battery cover. To program the Essential Series 1603 Low Pressure timer start by turning the leftRead More How to Program the Holman Two Dial Low Pressure Tap Timer (CO1603)
Hi the subtitle are coming… we made this new video because we have improved the performance this is the roof of about 700 square meters which collect rainwather of the half portion, about 350 m2 which collect rainwather of the half portion, about 350 m2 the water goes in four pipes 3 of these pipesRead More Recupero acqua piovana, impianto di irrigazione manuale con cisterne di recupero
(opening music) So why put rain gutters on a high tunnel? Well, we find that when the rain water rolls off the roof of a high tunnel you frequently get wetness problems along the edge of the tunnel that seep back into the tunnel. There are erosion problems, all kinds of problems with that extraRead More Rainwater Catchment from a High Tunnel for Irrigation Use
An easy way to conserve water and save money is to install a rain sensor on your irrigation controller. Rain sensors are fairly simple, reliable devices that use water absorbent discs that expand when exposed to moisture. This triggers an internal switch that breaks the circuit to the solenoid of the irrigation valve preventing itRead More How To Add A Rain Sensor To Your Irrigation Controller
Stuart Bray: Jim Wall was a successful tender in the first and second round of the Sustain the Basin Farm Modernisation Project that has been operating in Northern NSW since November 2012. Jim Walls’ project, an above ground storage, is on the lower Namoi River, close to the cotton town of Wee Waa. Jim Wall:Read More Jim Wall – Increased water security