Home Community B-hyve Smart Hose Faucet Timer Smart watering options & drip line with emitters for fruit/veggies

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  • #3887
    derekcentrico
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    Good afternoon folks. New to this world of fancy watering with WiFi-connected devices. The app doesn’t offer options for my plants nor my irrigation type. So, I ended up selecting oscillators and plants as perennial plants and shrubs.

    Essentially, I am using drip lines with additional flow emitters around fruiting trees (pomegranate, island cherry, lime, and mulberry). The drip lines go around a number of plants such as cucumber, tomatoes, Peruvian ajis, strawberries, and whatever else I plant throughout the various seasons. I have two papayas with one 6in dripper stake at low flow, each in an individual pot.

    I cannot determine if the smart watering is of value to me, or if I should use traditional watering schedules with the built-in rain delays. Any advice based upon my watering methods and plants would be great so as not to rely upon smart watering if it is not valuable.

    Thanks!

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    #4077
    shaunW
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    I have the same issue and it seems like all you can do it set the program for however long you want to water. There is no option for a drip system. Kinda lame…

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    #4153
    Ryan
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    Hello, they’re currently working on improving the smart watering system especially for our hose faucet timers. For sprinkler type we suggest spray, the head count doesn’t really matter, and for plant type if its a typical garden annual flowers usually works best. Thank you for your patience, and we apologize for any confusion, and inconveniences this may cause you.

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