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In drought-prone California, farmers walk a fine line on water use. Water costs, government regulations, and concern for future water availability all affect how crops are watered.
Monitoring and controlling deep-well pumps used to be a full-time job for Azcal managers, who spent hours driving to pumps to monitor and adjust them. Could there be a cost-effective way to automate these tasks?
Read this case study to see how Farm Data Systems used internet of things technologies to save management time and yield better irrigation control.