Umidità migliore per il centro Italia

Alessandro Alfei
Updated at 2022-11-11 23:11:30 UTC 

Ciao, una domanda.

Qual'é l'umidità minima migliore e massima migliore per il centro Italia?


Grazie 

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Soil

Stephen Brewer
Updated at 2022-08-27 12:11:15 UTC 

What soil category is closet to chalk in the settings 

Many thanks in advance

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Whisperer and Robot Lawn Mower

Jorge Izquierdo
Updated at 2022-08-11 10:31:39 UTC 
How can I manage to have whisperers around the different areas of the lawn and a robot mowing at the same time? 

Has anyone faced this problem in their garden?


Regards!

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Tomato and Herb Plants Ideal Soil Moisture

Rocky Hill
Updated at 2021-07-05 12:35:21 UTC 

What is the ideal soil moisture for the following:

  • Tomatoes;
  • Soft herbs (parsley, cilantro, dill); and
  • Hardy herbs (rosemary, sage, etc)?
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Rescheduling smart watering cycle

BOB COOPER
Updated at 2021-06-20 16:40:50 UTC 

How can I get the app to generate a new watering schedule


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How often should I water reseed

Abel Vargas
Updated at 2021-04-09 00:49:42 UTC 
I am currently located in New Jersey. I just reseeded my back yard and lawn on Monday. How often should I water them and what times would you recommend 
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Ideal Soil Moisture

Mike Biondo
Updated at 2021-03-26 01:51:09 UTC 
What is an ideal soil moisture level? My new Netro Whisper is measuring 83% down from 88% 3 hours ago. Is this too moist? It is average raised bed plant soil. I have googled and found some sites saying no more than 45% and some sites say no less than 70% so I am very confused!
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Moisture and light range

Don Lewandowski
Updated at 2020-12-31 21:46:19 UTC 
What is a good moisture and light range for growing herbs in South Florida
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Moisture uncorrect

Andrea Pieri
Updated at 2020-12-08 05:43:25 UTC 

Dear Support after 5 rainy days (atout 40 mm) sensor shows for moisture 60% . Its an uncorrect value. Please could you suggest me any resolution methods? Thanks 

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Moisture level for lawn

Jan
Updated at 2020-08-08 08:43:43 UTC 

Dear community


I wondering what is the best moisture level to keep for lawn. The sensor is somewhere around 42%, after watering the garden. Is that enough, should it be more?


Thanks community for your help.

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Metrosideros (Myrtaceae)

Alessandro Raffi
Updated at 2020-06-03 21:09:16 UTC 

Can I have your help with Metrosideros (Myrtaceae) please ? I can't find It in the plants Mame in the Netro App. Sun? Water? Can you suggest me a similar one in the Netro App?

Thanks a lot,

Ale

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When to start watering after winter?

Max V
Updated at 2020-03-27 18:52:10 UTC 

Hi everyone!

My sistem is still without water after the winter. Now temperatures are 12-16C during the day, and 0-4C during night. Is it ok to start watering now or is it too cold?

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Garden

Steven Carnie
Updated at 2020-03-26 14:53:02 UTC 
I am on smart watering.  How do I set up one zone for a garden?  Can it be done, or do I have to seitch over to manual watering? Thanks in advance.
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Riego netro para tepes

Manuel C
Updated at 2019-10-23 09:36:27 UTC 

Hola,


No se si hay algún que hable español. Espero que si. 


Como programo el suelo si quiero poner tepes de césped?


Gracias

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morriewayne17@yahoo.com

Morrie Wayne
Updated at 2019-06-14 13:27:19 UTC 
My Netro is off line, we are back in Ohio now. How do I get it back on line ?
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St. Augustine

Spencer Vaughn
Updated at 2019-01-10 03:15:53 UTC 
What’s the best way to fill in a bald corner of my yard with st Augustine. Every house in my neighborhood has a lush yard and so do I do for the most part. There isn’t a lot of foot traffic there. The only thing I can think of is that it’s at the top of my slopped yard (probably my the highest point) and maybe the water runs off to quickly. I don’t want to have to lay sod down if I don’t have too so I wanted to see if there were any other options. 
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Select suitable plants for slope

Netro Support
Updated at 2018-12-13 07:48:53 UTC 

Select suitable plants for slope



Growing plants in some area with slopes may be more difficult than level gardens. A lot of challenging factors should be taken into consideration, for example, the different soil conditions, the sunlight condition, the slope condition, etc. Netro's smart watering would take care of these factors. Please go to Settings->Zones , select your zone and choose your soil type, slope condition and other settings.


The top priority is to evaluate the pitch and runoff. If the pitch is more than 30 degrees, it might be a good idea to terrace the area to prevent topsoil from eroding and all moisture evacuating every time you water or it rains. Once you have solved any moisture retention and erosion problems, it is time to evaluate the site further for exposure and zone, and plan what plants grow on slopes. The types of plants you choose will depend not only on your visual preference and vision but also the needs of the area. Deep rooted plants help stabilize soil, trees add dimension and shade to prevent excess evaporation, and low growing ground covers cover up unsightly areas with ease of care.


Although growing plants on a hillside can be a challenge, once established they can transform the area and help keep soil from slowly weeping down into the flatter parts of the terrain. Taller shrubs and bushes add many seasons of interest and will help give the area a sculpted appeal. Just remember that young plants will need additional moisture, staking and training as they establish. To keep maintenance down, choose plants that produce very little mess which would otherwise require extra work to clean up annually. Some plants that work well on slopes include:

Burning Bush 

Fragrant Sumac 

Japanese Yew 

California Lilac 

Creeping Juniper 

Dwarf Forsythia 

Snowberry 

Siberian 

Carpet Cypress


Read more at Gardening Know How: Choosing Plants For Sloping Areas – What Plants Grow On Slopes https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/special/slope-hill/plants-that-grow-on-slopes.htm

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Netro Smart Watering -Water Infrequently, Longer for Better Lawn

Netro Support
Updated at 2018-09-12 07:54:55 UTC 


Frequent, shallow watering encourages a shallow root system. A shallow root system means a lawn is under drought stress when the top inch of soil dries out.

Conversely, deep, infrequent watering during hot, dry weather is important to maintain a healthy lawn. Deep watering encourages the turf to develop a deeper, more extensive root system. The denser root system will make your grass less susceptible to periods of drought. A more dynamic root system will also offer the fringe benefit of discouraging competition from weeds.

To determine how long you have to run your sprinkler or irrigation system, take a flat-bottomed container such as a coffee can and mark off half-inch increments. Place the can or cans where it will be hit by the water, and time how long it takes to gather a half-inch of water. Then run your sprinkler twice as long. You may need to apply water even slower to steep slopes to avoid wasting water to runoff.

Netro's motto when it comes to watering: slowly, deeply, infrequently. Netro's algorithm is based on expert gardening knowledge, one of which is to avoid watering equally everyday and instead to water less frequently but deeply. Netro waters your garden only when the soil is dry enough in order to draw more oxygen into the roots, leading to a lusher landscape. By default, we allow the moisture level to deplete to a lower level before next watering and that is why you might see longer watering duration than the original settings on your old controller.

Netro smart controller gives your lawn the right amount of water, assures that your garden is getting its required amount of water – no more, and no less.



Resources:

Water infrequently, longer for better lawn

http://www.post-gazette.com/life/garden/2009/09/19/Water-infrequently-longer-for-better-lawn/stories/200909190132

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What percentage is ideal for the moisture content for a summer lawn in Southern CA?

Gary Riehl
Updated at 2018-08-17 18:05:53 UTC 

Can you please tell me the ideal percentage for the top soil and sub soil for a Southern CA. lawn in summer?  Does this number change during the other seasons?

Thank you. 

Gary

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Soil type?

John Broadbent
Updated at 2018-06-16 14:27:36 UTC 
The app has a number of soil choices- I don’t know which to choose. I assume different soil has different water retention. Is there a list which shows how much water the different soil types require?  Or is there a way to tell which soil you have?
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