Irrigation Flow Meters

Irrigation Flow Meters Finally, new technology for your irrigation system that is affordable and can tell us exactly what is going on with your sprinkler system.  I am excited to introduce flow meters to our valued customers.  We now truly have an effective way of measuring the water being used by your irrigation system.  On…

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7 Myths About Irrigation

7 Myths About Irrigation – Published in Dan’s Papers online on September 24, 2021  By Robert Boyle, President of RB Irrigation and the Irrigation Association of NY There are many myths and misconceptions about irrigation and watering.  Your irrigation system has an important job to do to keep your property healthy and beautiful.  We are…

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Irrigation LongHouse Reserve

RB is mentioned in a newsletter from LongHouse Reserve in July 2021.  It’s summertime and the living is easy – gloriously warm weather and limitless sunshine that seem to go on for days without end…or a drop of rain. These are wonderful conditions for days spent at the beach or by the pool but they…

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LongHouse Reserve and Bridge Gardens

Beautiful Places to Visit RBI is a proud to provide irrigation to LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton and Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton. These beautiful, expansive properties with their colorful and artistic displays and seasonal events are great places to visit, relax and connect with nature on a summer day. Please check their websites for the…

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Managing the Garden During A Dry Spell

A Note From Rick Bogusch, Garden Director at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton. RB Irrigation has worked with us to help manage and maintain the irrigation system that is used at Bridge Gardens. When dry days stretch into a week or more, keeping the landscape hydrated becomes more challenging. Here are some tips from RB to…

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Sprinkler Head Cleaning

The condition of your sprinkler heads is vital to the well-being of your irrigation system.  Over time when dirt and debris clog screens and nozzles the spray stream coming from the sprinkler head may cause parts of your landscape not to be watered. A blocked or clogged sprinkler is a common cause of sprinkler failure.…

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LongHouse Reserve Watering Your Autumn Garden

The information below is from LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton.  To learn more about this enchanting place or to become a member visit their website. “Should I keep watering my garden in the fall” you might ask?  Well, the weather is certainly unpredictable this time of year – one day it’s sunny with temperatures in the…

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Zen Gardens

Zen gardens, also called Japanese rock gardens were first created by Buddhist monks in Japan as a place to aid meditation.  Amidst our busy challenging lives right now, it would be nice to have something that gives us a moment of peace.  Designing a Zen garden on your property is a great way to reduce stress,…

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Meditation Garden – Your New Outdoor Retreat

Since we are spending so much time at home, you have probably thought about outdoor improvements that could be made for your enjoyment and relaxation. One way to bring calm and serenity into your outdoor space would be to create a garden sanctuary for yoga, meditation and/or relaxation. Who wouldn’t want an ideal space to…

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Salt spray damage after hurricanes

A storms strong winds can carry spray from waters to land, splashing the surrounding area with sea salt. Unfortunately, the salty solution mist settles onto leaves and then into the soil once the excess water volume has decreased. Salt residue can seep into the root systems of trees, plants and turf, leaving them brittle, brown…

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