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  • #1937
    Dwain
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    Smart Watering is watering 4 or 5 times back to back. How do you delete the redundant Smart Watering times?

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    #1949
    PlethoraGreen
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    If you’re talking about short intervals repeating I believe it’s done this way by design. The idea is if a particular zone requires say 40 minutes of watering instead of running for the full 40 minutes and not allowing the ground to absorb all the water and having a large percentage of run-off; it splits the watering time into say 2 – 20 minute intervals. That way it allows the ground to absorb more water after recovering from the initial watering instead of all at once.

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    #1958
    Dwain
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    It is running the full 75 minute cycle 5 times, not short intervals

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    #1964
    Ryan
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    Hello Dwain, I would have you check your smart watering details and any restrictions you may have set. If you could also send me your mac address I’d be happy to take a look at it as well.

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    #2010
    sslupsky
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    My B-Hyve has been doing the same thing … runs the Smart Watering program twice. Three zones run 36 min each x 2 = 72 min which is excessive. One zone runs for 10 min. (4 zones total). The 10 min zone I can understand running twice. There is a bit of slope in that zone. The other zones are flat. I think the B Hyve might be applying the muliple cycles to all zones if only one zone requires it?

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    #2111
    Ryan
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    It is normal for your smart watering to run multiple cycles in a row. You could check your settings, moisture levels, and address to ensure proper watering. To adjust the runtime, and watering intervals of smart watering you will want to go to each individual zones smart details page and select “watering schedule adjustments”. You can also set restrictions for your watering.

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