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Agricultural irrigation scheduling solutions

IrriCheck specialises in holistic agricultural irrigation scheduling software and services. Through our proprietary and distinctively South African developed software system Pulse™, we are able to optimise our clients irrigation scheduling process by maximising production and ensuring optimal water usage.

Pulse™ Scheduling Software

Pulse™ interprets live data from multiple sources to provide 7 day forecasted irrigation recommendations in mm soil-water content.

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The IrriCheck Promise

Consultation and on-farm site visits

Integration and supply of required components

Solutions, Service and Data Management

Hardware Independent

IrriCheck is independent of the hardware manufacturers and supplies, installs and connects with many different types of continuous logging soil moisture probes.

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Latest News

Freshwater Is Disappearing. Can Technology Save Us?

Global climate change and the exponential increase in population has led to water scarcity and recent headline-grabbing water shortages in major urban centers like Capetown and Sao Paulo.

Irrigated wheat: Conservation farming improves water usage and yield

South Africa’s water scarcity and the necessity to import well over one million tons of wheat annually mean that the country’s winter wheat growers increasingly have to optimise their water-use efficiencies. KwaZulu-Natal farmer Egon Zunckel spoke to Lloyd Phillips about his family’s own efforts to achieve higher wheat yield from less water.

SA’s first aquaponics social enterprise to promote climate-smart food production

Global humanitarian development organisation, Inmed Partnerships for Children, has launched its first Inmed Aquaponics Social Enterprise (Inmed ASE) in Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng.

Copious rain with too little storage means too little future gain- South Africa

A crippling backlog in infrastructure development and a lack of progress in building new dams and water catchment areas will negate this soon.

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