According to the National Weather Service, drought conditions are likely to persist in the western U.S. this summer, while easing in the Plains states. But whether homeowners are in the midst of a drought or not, judicious use of water for irrigation can keep lawns healthy without contributing to water shortages.
Irrigation manufacturer RainDrip’s WeatherSmartPro controller is a WaterSense–approved gadget that automatically adjusts pre-set irrigation programs by incorporating data from a wireless weather sensor. RainDrip says homeowners who replace a non-smart sensor with WeatherSmart Pro could use 30% less water on the lawn and be eligible for rebates up to $200 if offered in their area.
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