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Watch How to Turn on All Rotors to Run at the Same Time in Rain Bird Central Control

During automatic irrigation, Rain Bird Flo-Manager® automatically allocates flow to provide the best uniformity and performance which limits the number of rotors that can be turned on at one time. Watch a quick how-to video that demonstrates how to turn on all of your rotors at one time.

2020-12-01T08:54:37-07:00

Winged Foot Fine-Tunes Irrigation for Championship Conditions

“It’s that public display, that we’re out there every day, that really drives me. We don’t want to put a bad foot forward, there’s no redo button for us. It’s a playing surface that we’re producing and water’s the biggest part of that. Nobody wants to play on something that’s soft, everybody wants green, firm and fast. And there’s a very fine line to that.” — Stephen Rabideau, CGCS, Director of Golf Courses, Winged Foot Golf Club

2020-08-19T13:58:27-07:00

Unique Rain Bird Hybrid Solution Reduces Future Operating Cost by 90%

Approached along an ancient avenue lined with seventy-five horse chestnut trees, Salems Golf Club is located on a historically important Högantorp’s farm site. Inaugurated in 1996, Salem 365! is a 27-hole facility considered one of the best in Sweden’s Stockholm region, with the 18-hole Salemsbanan and 9-hole Högantorpsbanan course with summer greens open all

2020-08-04T13:56:49-07:00

Running Your Central with Evapotranspiration (ET) Saves Time and Money

With optimum levels proactively maintained, inputs will be lower and playing conditions improved. Less water and electricity will be consumed and remedial works such as chemicals and cultural practices will be minimized. Rain Bird Central Control allows for the user to set a required water use deficit on each program, area and even every station if required. This allows the Central to accurately apply just the required amount proactively to deliver consistent turf and playing conditions. When directly linked to a Rain Bird weather station this can be done automatically delivering peace of mind and ease of use for the user. Simply tick the box and allow Rain Bird to look after the turf before course staff and the golfers even notice the requirements.

2020-07-22T09:25:20-07:00
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