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

South African groundwater project shows the power of citizen science

This is especially so in remote areas, such as the part of South Africa’s Limpopo province where a research project called Diamonds on the Soles of their Feet is taking place.

Integrated pest management: Taking care of crop protectors

ntegrated pest management has become an increasingly popular means of protecting crops against damage from pests such as weeds and insects, and is being driven by, among other factors, the growing resistance to a purely chemical approach to crop protection. Annelie Coleman spoke to several experts to find out more.

Southern African nations need to up their groundwater management game

Ideally, countries should take an integrated approach to water resource management to help reduce strain on specific water resources while also extending the lifespan of a region’s water supply. Crucially, it involves efficiently managing surface and groundwater resources in tandem. Many African countries tend to mismanage their groundwater resources. In many instances it’s over exploited…

SCA ruling allows for trade of water use entitlements

In the recent case of Lotter NO v Minister of Water and Sanitation and Others (8 November 2021), the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) found that section 25 of the National Water Act allows for the transfer of water use entitlements.


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