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    native cottage
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    I have a B-Hyve multi-station controller. Smart watering appears to support spray, rotor, and drip. There is another common irrigation nozzle: rotator or rotary. They are more efficient than sprays, and are Matched Precipitation. In general, they apply water slower than sprays but faster than rotors.
    How should I tweak the smart watering to get the right amount of water applied.

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    Ryan
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    @native cottage, they are planning on adding more options for the smart watering settings, when they will be available i’m not exactly sure. Just know that they do plan on adding more option for your smart details to receive more accurate readings. for now I would suggest using rotors. If you have catch cups that would help in registering the distribution of your watering, and would aid in more accurate readings. If you didn’t want to get then you could make runtime adjustments in each zones smart details under watering schedule adjustments.

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