Smart irrigation controllers under scrutiny

Many homeowners, commercial businesses, and even industries are turning to smart irrigation controllers as a way to reduce the amount of water used for landscape irrigation. Companies providing these controllers claim water savings ranging from 30% to 50% by using a variety of inputs ranging from te...

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