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HydrawWise WI-FI Enabled Controller

Hunter Industries recently completed the joining of efforts with Hydrawise of Australia. Hydrawise is an internet-based irrigation software solution with Wi-Fi controllers designed for the irrigation contractor. This acquisition marks a significant step by Hunter into the internet of things space for control, management and optimization of residential and commercial landscape irrigation.

Many new and exciting products will evolve from this strategic move, bringing simplicity to irrigation control and information on water savings impact. We believe this an important step as we continue to evolve our products to meet the growing need for water management and resource conservation. This acquisition allows Hunter to enter the Wi-Fi enabled controller market with its new HC irrigation controller. The HC offers contractors internet accessibility, enabling them to efficiently manage all of their sites from anywhere they are connected.

The HC controller is offered in either 6 or 12 station fixed indoor units. The 12 station controller can be increased to 36 stations in increments of 12 stations, using the 12 station expansion unit. The HC offers easy configuration using a standard web browser or smart device app and all that's needed is a wireless password. The controller allows users to select a local weather station and set watering triggers for predictive watering adjustments. These adjustments offer significant water savings since they are made based on local weather conditions.

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recipe


What You'll Need:

  • Mussels (one dozen per person)
  • Angel Hair pasta (you can use fettuccini, linguini - any pasta you prefer)
  • 4 sticks unsalted butter
  • 4 large garlic cloves (not the bulbs, but the large pieces from the bulbs)
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • Fresh dill

Step by Step:

  • On the stove, bring a large pot of water (8 cups) to a boil; add the dill when water boils, along with the mussels. (Note: mussels need to be washed thoroughly before cooking, ensure they are scraped and rinsed well.)
  • Turn the heat to medium and allow to cook till all mussels have opened up.
  • Immediately remove from the stove and drain. IMPORTANT: REMOVE any and all mussels that will not open. Those should be thrown away.
  • In a large pot, bring to boil water for pasta. Cook according to directions.

Sauce:

  • In a small pot, add four sticks of unsalted butter, 1/2 cup white wine and four halved garlic cloves.
  • Allow to come to a boil, then simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Remove from heat and remove garlic if desired.
  • In a large bowl, add drained pasta and toss with the sauce. Serve on individual plates topped with a dozen mussels per serving!

Enjoy! Easy, delicious and fun to make!

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