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Tuesday, April 26th 2005, 7:21pm

by bobw

Wow... it really depends on your local climate. How much water do you need to keep your lawn nice? Around here, we need about 1"/week, so I set sensors to 1/2" as I have all my customers on twice a week watering schedules. Just think about it in terms of how much water/week you need and how many times a week you water.

Monday, April 18th 2005, 8:50am

by mikekc2kc

Rain sensor setup

I just install a rain sensor over the weekend. Its default sensetivity was at 1/8". I want to know what is everyones setup at?

Thanks for sharing.


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