Do biSensors work in a wet climate?
Posted by Leanne Lloyd-Fairey on 06 August 2015 01:29 PM

Installing a soil moisture sensor in a wet climate allows you to conserve water by making better use of effective rainfall. The soil moisture sensor detects the rainfall that reaches the root zone (the “effective” rainfall), and adjusts the irrigation schedule accordingly. In a wet climate, a soil moisture sensor helps prevent over watering that often drowns plants especially while they are getting established in a new landscape. If you are a contractor who is monitoring a new landscape, you’ll find that soil moisture sensors are a wise investment because they can prevent the costly and time-consuming efforts of having to replace plant material that died due to improper watering.