The purpose of AZSCHED program is to assist you in scheduling your irrigations. It is only an assistive program and does not take the place of a well-trained irrigator.
Download AZSCHED (6.0 MB)
Your computer operating system must be Windows NT, Windows 98, or Windows XP.
An Internet connection is helpful if you want to use actual weather data for irrigation calculations. You must have Internet Explorer running in order to download this information. However default weather values are available within the program if you don't have an Internet connection.
Your computer should have at least 20MB of free hard disk space for the program files and associated Visual Basic .DLL files.
This is a three-stage process:
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