When taking on a new installation or retrofit project, running wire from the controller to field valves can be time-consuming, labor-intensive, and expensive. The new Wireless Valve Link uses LoRa® Wireless Radio Technology from Hunter Industries enables contractors to easily connect valves without running additional wires or cutting into hardscape, which can be an extremeley time consuming part of any hardscape or design-build project.
Two landscape design firms are among the winners of the 2023 Hunter Industries Ann Hunter-Welborn Circle of Excellence Award. Presented to Mark Brotton of Living Water and Pland Collaborative, the award recognizes industry leadership in sustainable practices.
Dramm corporation has begun constructing a new 2,500-sq ft research and testing greenhouse at their Wisconsin HQ, to open this Fall.
The Turf August 2023 issue provides the knowledge and tools landscapers need to create more resilient landscapes in the face of today's extreme weather.
DripWorks experts offer tips on clogged emitters, low water pressure, uneven water distribution, and leaking emitters and driplines.
In an era of weather extremes, here are the best flood and drought tolerant plants for landscapes.
Here are eight best practices for landscape irrigation to ensure water use is also about resource management.
From timers to controllers to hose reels, this assortment of irrigation & water management solutions can help your team keep turf and landscape plants watered and healthy.
Hunter's Mini-Clik® Sensor has gone wireless, now making it easier to include a rain/freeze sensor on new and retrofit projects.
Decades of drought brought about water conservation measures in California. What do they mean and what can landscapers learn from them?