Water is scarce and irrigation is important, finding the balance means using appropriate irrigation control. Getting your crops the right amount of water at the right time, can mean the difference between a poor or a phenomenal harvest. However, irrigation is also time-consuming when you have to manually check the water flow, turn on the system or measure soil moisture levels. Working in a remote location means that many things can go wrong when you’re unable to constantly check your irrigation.
Farmers nowadays need a way to control how much water their crops get, and they need information about the process. Control of irrigation would not be complete without a remote monitoring system providing them with this data.
How Reporter can help with irrigation control
Save up to two hours a day by controlling your pumps remotely with the click of a button on your pc or smartphone. For controlling irrigation pumps our solution consists of Reporter, our easy to use plug & play system. Connect a pressure or ultrasonic sensor, soil moisture sensors and a relay control module to Reporter and you will be able to do a live checkup on your irrigation system. With your custom set of sensors , you can monitor the water supply or the water level in a reservoir.
In addition, you can also use soil moisture sensors to measure how much water your plants need. Save precious water by giving your plants just as much water as they require. Wasting water is a thing of the past when you can accurately apply irrigation control. Additionally, you will be able to go back through your data logs to see how much water was used at what times. Allowing you to make a thorough analysis when needed.
The advantages of smart farming
Irrigation is tough because it’s often carried out at night costing you sleep and draining your energy. Countless hours of sleep can be gained with just one of our devices helping you with irrigation control. Imagine the difference between online live follow-ups or having to manually check your field every so often. The water that you save is even more important during dry summers or long droughts.
Use your machines in the most efficient way and prevent disastrous water wastage from happening. This is what smart farming is really all about, making smart farming the sustainable solution for the future.