ConserWater helps farmers and irrigators reduce their irrigation water use by 30% with artificial intelligence, in a scalable and cost-effective manner. It uses NASA satellites, weather and a variety of other data along with patent-pending geospatial deep learning to predict irrigation water needs to the precision of physical soil moisture sensors, but without any of the hardware.
ConserWater gives an estimate of watering needs in a variety of units from millimeters to liters per acre. It is currently only supported for land in the United States, India, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Kenya and Ghana. It is also currently supported in six languages: English, Spanish, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada.
Special thanks is given to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC), OpenWeatherMap.org and the Natural Resources Management and Environment Department of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO).
Warranty: The developer makes no warranties as to the merchantability or fitness of ConserWater for any particular purpose, or any other warranties expressed or implied. By using this app, you agree that ConserWater™ and the developer are legally free from any damages to you or your land from usage of this app.
Now you can select watering instructions to be shown in a variety of units, such as liters per acre.