@Chris - i don't want to derail this thread. However, I'm becoming a bit concerned that I have migrated to Iro a bit too quickly. I don't want to turn back the clock on my need to micro manage the irrigation of my property. Certainly, Hunter didn't have it perfectly right. However, along with sensors, it had the ability to scale up and down the water durations from my baseline based on recent rain conditions, humidity, etc.
If you are saying that the 14 minutes and 5 minutes of watering I'm seeing automatically set for me is based on 30 years of data and not realtime or current data you are collecting from your weather resources, then this is not very useful to me. Last week, we had 2-3" of rain. This week, 0". I didn't water at all last week. This week, we are in a warm up (avg. temp 87F, high tomorrow in low 90s) and little to no rain forecasted. I expect to be watering more frequently this week and for longer durations (most of my turf zones 30 mins). I expect Iro to ramp up the durations for me. The frequencies I expect to set myself.
It would be good to get a timeline from you as to when some of the useful features for irrigation management (automation) will be made available and what those feature sets are intended to be. The dates can be estimates but I would like to see what is on your current development list and on your 'backlog'.
I have watering budgeting and weather intelligence turned on but I don't see the durations changing at all.
How do i manually change the water durations within my schedules per zone? (i found the answer to this).
How can I pick a watering time and tell it to manually run without having to water one zone at a time?
Is there clear documentation on the wiki or your website that tells me what each feature does, its impact on irrigation, etc.?