• 7:30am – Water Management for the Irrigation Contractor (6.0 credits):
Seminar will look at how landscape water management is changing the traditional irrigation contractor. We will explore the new control technologies that allow for remote access to even residential irrigation systems and how they can be incorporated into irrigation businesses. There will also be a section that will look at the skills needed to be able to inspect and assess irrigation systems as an important part of managing water in the landscape
• 2:00pm – Is Irrigation the Problem? (2.0 credits):
Wouldn’t you like to be able to tell your customer what the problem is with their lawn when you know it isn’t too dry? This new class will give the New England irrigation contractor the basic tools needed to be able to determine if that problem in the landscape is because it isn’t being irrigated properly or if it is a common pest or disease problem.
• 4:00pm – Advanced Troubleshooting and Techniques for Two Wire Decoder Systems (2.0 credits):
More and more often we are installing and servicing decoder systems in landscape irrigation. Until we develop a solid understanding of how these systems work, it can be very difficult to troubleshoot and repair problems. This seminar will provide solutions for many common problems including some manufacturer specific differences with these types of control systems.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HEREThe IANE is proud to co-sponsor this event.