Irrigation is an essential part of many farming operations. It is also an expensive practice that should be approached with a precise plan. According to an article published by San Francisco State University’s geo-sciences department, the general data that some farmers are relying on can lead to inaccurate calculations in the irrigation plan.
Click here to read the article.
Instead of making costly irrigation decisions based on analysis of data that might not reflect rainfall data that comes close to the amount that you receive on your property (the local airport or weather station, for example), start receiving site-specific rainfall reports (based on the coordinates that you enter for your property). MyRainReport.com eliminates the need to base irrigation plans or other property management plans on generalizations. You can receive rain reports via email that reflect activity on your property–not the property twelve miles down the road. Imagine how much more effective plugging in real data to the irrigation equation would be than using county-wide data or data that you have to religiously collect yourself following each rain event. Avoid the hassle, and subscribe to MyRainReport.com to help fine-tune your property management plan.
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