Irrigation seminars for landscape and garden designers

Landscape and garden designers and contractors could add value to their schemes by offering irrigation services.

Access Irrigation is staging three courses to help landscapers and architects get to grips with everything they might need to know about irrigation systems.

Irrigation for Architects and Landscapers, on 1 December, looks at the fundamentals - types of irrigation, rainwater harvesting, water regulations, specifications and systems for greens and sports turf.

Practical Irrigation, on 6 December, is a one-day course on installing drip and sprinkler systems into domestic and small commercial situations.

Practical Pumps and Panels, on 8 December, looks at all aspects of pump specification, control and maintenance. Multi-wire and decoder control panels and pump starters will also be covered.

For more information, email Jasmine Pearce at jasmine@access-irrigation.co.uk.

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