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Sustainability can be achieved on many scales. Our latest blog from guest writer, Jeremy Croke shares his story of discovering that Calsense packing peanuts are more environmentally friendly than one would assume! Read the blog here.
Upcoming Event:

Lagoona Kahuna Challenge 
 

Team Calsense is defending the championship paddle at the Lagoona Kahuna challenge on September 18th! This is a great opportunity for some of our team members to participate in a COVID safe event and enjoy time outdoors while also helping to keep our local waterways clean. 
Virtual Training! 
Calsense is hosting training sessions for distributors online! Please contact us here if you are a current channel partner with Calsense and are interested in setting up a training session with us. You can also send an email directly to Rick Capitianio here.

Industry News 

Smart Irrigation Month was a success! Read the shared stories submitted to the Irrigation Association regarding the meaning of smart irrigation. 

Quick Tip 

Let's talk about soil types!
There are three main soil types, sand, clay, and silt. One of the many reasons that specifying these soil types as part of your landscape setup is important is because it helps identify how the irrigated water will move through the soil and into the roots. Sand is very coarse and the most permeable meaning it allows water to flow quickly. The least permeable is clay – because of its fine texture it absorbs the water before it can get to the roots of the plants. Due to this characterization, the areas with clay will require longer soak times between cycles to ensure proper watering.  Read more about soils and their permeability to plant roots here. 
DID YOU KNOW? 
 
If you are using an older Calsense model controller you may be eligible for our upgrade program! To see if you qualify, contact us here with the model and serial number.

Plant Feature

In this month's plant feature is Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata). This is a great indoor plant that has many benefits and is super easy to maintain! The Boston Fern removes low levels of formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene from the air making it a great plant to keep in your bedroom or workspace at home. You can hang this in a basket or keep in on a pedestal or atop a shelf. Check out more tips to care for your Boston Fern here. 

Calsense Cooking Corner 

Summer is coming to an end! As we spend more time with household family it is the perfect time to finish off the summer weather with outdoor cooking and barbeques! 
The featured recipe this month highlights a non-traditional spin on BBQ, veggie kabobs! This recipe can be used for any grilling worthy veggies you have on hand. Pair it with an easy pasta salad. 

If you have made any of our featured recipes let us know or send us pictures us at media@calsense.com we would love to hear from you! 

Kind Words from our Customers

“The campus irrigation system was estimated to use 175 million gallons of water a year with 2009 as the base. In 2012 the campus reduced the irrigation usage by 66% and repeated the same savings in 2013 and 2014. The ROI is calculated at three years. We don’t over water. We don’t under water. We put back what has been pulled out.”  

Markus Hogue, Program Coordinator - Irrigation and Water Conservation

The University of Texas at Austin



 
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