University of Florida

Irrigation Research
Agricultural & Biological Engineering
University of Florida - IFAS

This website aims to provide the latest information on irrigation controller research at the University of Florida. Research includes general irrigation efficiency, sensor based irrigation control of landscape irrigation, and sensor based drip irrigation control on vegetables. Links to each of these sections can be found on the left. Selected presentations are available in pdf format. We ask that if you use one of these presentations you give the authors credit. In addition, publications are being added as they are available and posted online as copyright permissions allow.

hand in turfgrassTurfgrass Literature Review

Turfgrasses have become an important crop due to an increased demand for instant turf by many building contractors and their customers. More...

micro sprinkler for irrigationNew Irrigation Publications

Read the most recently published research-based publications. More...

Solutions for Your Life

UF/IFAS Extension offers an easy-to-use, comprehensive website, Solutions for Your Life. More...

Did You Know?

Residential water use comprises 61% of the public supply category. The mostly groundwater derived public supply is responsible for the largest portion, 43%, of groundwater withdrawn in Florida. Nearly 30% of the public water is withdrawn April through June.