Ken Jennings
Updated at 2018-08-04 08:27:23 UTC

1) If Zone 1 irrigates area "A" and Zone 2 also irrigates area "A", then I would turn off Zone 2 and let just Zone 1 water Area "A".

2) Perhaps you might be describing Zone 1 and Zone 2 as in the same location but Zone 1 covers grass and Zone 2 covers trees and some grass.

   In that case, you really have 2 areas.  Treat them as separate zones.

3) Perhaps you might have Zone 1 that irrigates Area "A" and Zone 2 irrigates Area "A" and Area "B".  This is what I have at my house.

   In this case, there is no perfect way to solve the problem because the zone areas overlap.

   What I did was dialed down Zone 1 and changed my heads in Zone 2 to not overlap all of Area "A".

   I have an irregular shaped area on a slope with mostly clay soil and an irrigation company that wanted to save time and money on install.

   The clay soil helps even out the irregular over/underwatering so my problem isn't too bad. 

Hope this helps

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Ken Wiens
2018-08-10 17:15:42 UTC  
I have the situation of the overlap where the second zone also extends to surrounding trees. I'm going to try two whisperers, one in the grass and one in the trees and asign them to the appropriate zones. Maybe netro can figure it out then, we shall see.

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