The Latest in SolaControlr Powered Irrigation

by Mark Pedicone | On Demand

CEUs/PDHs: (* CEU's Pending) Credits: IA 1,APLD 1,NALP 1,QWEL 1


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Webinar Description:
The webinar will explore some of the latest technology in the market when it comes to utilizing the sun for powering commercial landscape control systems. Mark will discuss the advantages and disadvantages when using solar power versus standard utility systems including cost, convenience, maintenance and usage.

Learning Objectives:
1. Wireless Locations: Areas where getting wires or repairing wires is too cost prohibitive.
2. Temporary Solar Power: A look at products where the power need is only temporary.
3. Permanent Solar Power: Equipment to permanently power the commercial irrigation system.


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Mark Pedicone

Operations Manager, Imperial Technical Services

Operations Manager, Imperial Technical Services

Mark Pedicone has been in the landscape irrigation industry here in Southern California for over 30 years. After attending Fullerton College, Mark graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a B.S. degree in Ornamental Horticulture. He had a short stint managing a retail nursery. Mark entered the landscape irrigation field when he was hired by the Irrometer Company to be their landscape irrigation specialist. In the three years that Mark worked for Irrometer, he had a chance to experience many aspects of the landscape irrigation trade in Southern California. He got to work with the leaders in landscape architecture, irrigation design, distribution and with many irrigation manufactures. During this time Mark was one of the original founding members of the Southern California Xeriscape Committee and served on that group for many years.

Shortly there-after Mark was hired away from Irrometer to become the Southern California District Sales Manager for Rain Bird where he managed the largest irrigation market in the country for them. During his time as D.M. for Rain Bird he was awarded their District Manager of the Year award. Mark also served during this time as the President of the Southern California Turfgrass Council, an organization of landscape professionals involved in the turfgrass industry here in Southern California.