Water your lawn & plants automatically!
Connect your system to a battery operated timer and automatically water your plants & lawn areas!
Automatically water the plants where they need it and when they need it with Lawn Belt!
Lawn Belt irrigation is the smartest way to water, whether your live in an arid or in humid climate.
With a minimal investment you can easily implement an automatic plant watering strategy using battery operated timers.
By adding a battery operated system to your Lawn Belt System, you can water all of our plants and do it in a way so that you never ever have to think about it.
With Lawn Belt and a timer you'll be able to your water perennials, annuals, shrubs, trees, lawn areas, ground covers, and even potted plants while away or busy doing errands.
"attaching an automatic plant watering device to each zone only takes a minute - no wiring - simply screw timer to your spigot and attach it to your Lawn Belt garden hose."
Watering your garden by hand using a hose and sprinkler can get old real fast. Repeatedly forgetting to shut the water off can cost you lots of money.
If you need to find a quick and simple way install a automatic plant watering system in your garden a battery operated sprinkler system is your ticket. Lawn Belt makes the hookup easy.
By attaching Lawn Belt to a 2 way or 4 way distributor, your water can be delivered right where you need it. Then attach a automatic plant watering device to each zone - no wiring - simply screw timer to your spigot or distributor and then attach it to your Lawn Belt garden hose:.
Note: By adding either a 2 or 4 way distributor to Lawn Belt (very handy if you have multiple sprinkler zones), you can control each zone with its own timer and separate watering times.
Enjoy the convenience of having a permanent watering system and the convenience of automatic plant watering at the same time.
"many areas in the U.S.A. are facing water shortages and restrictions. Water shortages make a automatic plant watering even more important to the gardener."
With a Lawn Belt irrigation system, your plants thrive with less water. By using a automatic watering system you'll be able to water regularly in the early morning. This not only save you water but provides water to you plants at the right time.
Why waste water or over water when you can easily prevent this from happening? As populations here in the U.S. continue to rise, many areas are facing water shortages and restrictions. Water shortages make a automatic plant watering even more important to the gardener.
"Your plants and lawn are the best indicators of how long you need to water .. water deeply but infrequently"
When designing your system its best to group all your plants in one zone and lawn areas into another. This way you can +control your automatic plant watering times differently to each zone.
Your plants and lawn are the best indicators of how long you need to water. If plants look the worse for wear at 5 p.m. on a hot, sunny day, that's pretty common. But if the same plants still look wilted early the next morning, you need to investigate.
Be sure to check your soil moisture with an old screwdriver. In damp soil, it's easy to push in the screwdriver. In dry soil, you'll need help from a hammer or mallet. If the soil is dry, then your plants aren't getting enough water.
Adjust your automatic plant watering time at each check. If the soil is very wet, then you might be over watering. Pay close attention to new plants because their roots haven't spread out in the soil yet. Just because the soil is damp a few inches from a new plant doesn't mean the plant is getting any water.
It's best to water deeply but infrequently. If you have any puddling or sogginess in your lawn, then you have set your timer too. Instead you want the earth to be dampened. Below the surface, where roots can go as deep as 18 inches, water will spread out and sink into the soil.
We highly recommend implementing a automatic plant watering strategy using the simple battery operate timers as described above. A automatic watering strategy can be implemented at any time but best to get it set up right from the start.