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Old 08-06-2011, 12:13 PM
Kiril Kiril is offline
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Originally Posted by FIMCO-MEISTER View Post
It will certainly give you reason to keep your doubts. It covers several manufacturers controllers and the results are spotty.
Let me pull a quote out of that unreferenced copy and paste you just did.

http://itc.tamu.edu/documents/Comple...%207-15-11.pdf
Factors that could have caused over/under irrigation of landscapes are improper ETo calculations and insufficient accounting for rainfall.
Are these the only factors that could have caused these issues. I suppose how the controller was programmed couldn't also have caused the very same results?
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