HydroPoint calls foul on smart irrigation controller study

Last October, we highlighted a study conducted by the Texas AgriLife Extension Services that tested commercially available irrigation controllers (see the October 15, 2009 LRWJ). The study found that devices that relied on evaportranspiration (ET) data provided excessive irrigation compared to contr...

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