Tag: irrigation

Rain Bird unveils new integrated course control solution

January 7, 2020 By
Rain Bird’s Golf Division introduced a new integrated course control solution that makes it possible to install satellites and the IC System on the same wire path. This new course control solution, Integrated Control Interface Plus (ICI+) allows superintendents to ...

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Creeping bentgrass growing in cone-tainers. (Photo: Wendell Hutchins)

Help your fungicide with post-application irrigation

All turfgrass species can be devastated by crown- and root-infecting pathogens. Diseases such as summer patch (Magnaporthiopsis poae), spring dead spot (Ophiosphaerella spp.) and Pythium root rot (Pythium spp.) can decimate turfgrass stands. Cultural management practices are often employed to ...

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Rain Bird rolls out new IC Connect devices

May 22, 2018 By
Rain Bird Golf introduced two new IC Connect products designed to make its IC System more functional for superintendents. The Rain Bird IC-IN Integrated Control Sensor Input Device makes it possible to monitor and respond to on-site sensor information in ...

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Rain Bird: Atlanta Athletic Club turf renovation video

October 25, 2017 By
As the only irrigation manufacturer to offer complete end-to-end system solutions for golf courses, Rain Bird brings innovative thinking, insightful options and a customized plan for every renovation project. By partnering with Rain Bird for a smarter renovation, you can ...

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Rain Bird Water Conservation

August 28, 2017 By
Rain Bird systems offer exclusive innovations that make it easy to save water. From Central Control technologies that respond to weather in real time to diverse rotor options that target the smallest zones, Rain Bird systems help you optimize irrigation ...

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Rain Bird: Version 8 Central Control Software

June 6, 2017 By
Available for Rain Bird’s entire golf irrigation central control product line, new Version 8 central control software includes a new mapping interface that helps superintendents visualize and manage irrigation more precisely, from creating programs and adding schedules to making temporary ...

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