Different ways you can get the most out of your irrigation system

January 27, 2019

People use Tulsa irrigation systems these days to have their gardens and lawns looking beautiful without the stress of having to water them every day. There are a variety of ways in which you can get the most out of your irrigation system. This will not only prevent you from unnecessary costs but also help your lawn look beautiful and healthy. Check for leakages Leakages are sometimes hard to detect, and this is because most systems a... Continue Reading

How to tell if your pump is overheating

January 07, 2019

An overheating pump not only causes motor and pipe damage but can also cause some damage to your finances. A new pump can overheat and suddenly break down and you will have to replace it. There are different ways to tell if your pump is overheating; Tumbling noises Cavitations damage the impeller of the pump. It occurs when the water being pumped has a high temperature, if the suction line is blocked or when the suction lift is too hi... Continue Reading

Solving problems facing irrigation

December 27, 2018

Irrigation, either on a small lawn or a large field of crops faces various challenges. Most of these challenges have been solved by incorporating other techniques or adjusting the method. Tulsa Irrigation Systems offers irrigation systems as well as irrigation system repair. Some challenges include; Over drafting In areas where underground aquifers are used, the use of electric or diesel motors allow water to be pumped out faster th... Continue Reading

Conventional and modern methods of irrigation

December 07, 2018

Conventional methods of irrigation date back to 6th millennium BCE. This was done to allow crops to receive water throughout the planting season. Surface irrigation is the oldest method of irrigation. The water is directed to move across the surface of a field in order to wet it. After the field is flooded and the soil infiltrated, the remaining water is drained. This method of irrigation uses up a lot of water but is cheap as only gravity is re... Continue Reading

Prepare Your Yard for Summer with a Sprinkler System

Prepare Your Yard for Summer with a Sprinkler System

November 22, 2018

Prepare Your Yard for Summer with a Sprinkler System Spring lawn care can be simple with light rain showers keeping enough moisture for your grass to be green and your plants to have the hydration needed to bloom. In a few weeks, those constant showers will become fewer and the extreme heat of summer will take its toll on the curb appeal of your home. If you have been considering a sprinkler system for your Tulsa area home, take the time to eval... Continue Reading


Tulsa Irrigation Systems April 12

Tulsa Irrigation Systems April 12

November 12, 2018

Reclaiming your yard from drainage issues- When is it time to call in the Pros? While Proper irrigation helps homeowners achieve an attractive green lawn and healthy shrubs for curb appeal, too much water in the wrong areas can render your yard nearly unusable and even damage your home. Minor adjustments to an irrigation system can address some smaller issues, but larger problems can require drainage systems installed by knowledgeable professi... Continue Reading

Dos and Don'ts of Watering Your Lawn

July 25, 2018

When you pull up on your driveway or walk across a sidewalk, the most eye-catching part of the house in the lawn. A well-maintained lawn is easy to identify and portrays the picture of a neat and orderly homeowner. The opposite is also true. An unkempt lawn is a sign of neglect and may paint you as a disorganized adult. Taking care of a lawn does not have to cost much. A bit of know-how is all you need to achieve that emerald, spick-and-span, mag... Continue Reading

Best irrigation practices for potatoes

July 10, 2018

The great state of Oklahoma is renowned for its artistic decorative architecture. It is also significant in the agricultural world, with a wide array of products. From plant to animal products, Oklahoma has a very long agrarian history dating back to the late 1800s. The pioneer settlers, however, had a very hard time finding their niche in the ground, and literally so. This is owed to the low prices, lack of market and capital and most especiall... Continue Reading

About Smart Irrigation Technology and its Benefits

June 29, 2018

When it comes to the adoption of the latest technological advancements, irrigation systems have not been left behind. More and more farmers around the world are embracing smart irrigation technology. The technology has been hailed for its enormous water-saving capabilities among other benefits. Smart irrigation technology Smart irrigation technology is a system that allows for the use of water only when needed. The system uses data to automa... Continue Reading

How the Use of Drones Can Enhance Water Efficiency during Irrigation

June 13, 2018

When feeding plants through irrigation, having an efficient system can help reduce water wastage and boost output. The increase in the demand for fresh water and food due to population growth means more efficient irrigation systems are essential in ensuring enough food supply. To enhance the effectiveness of the available irrigation systems, there has been an increase in the use of drones in farming. How drones work Traditionally, drones ha... Continue Reading

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