When It’s Your Turn to Water

Contributed By: EEL Team Mary Follin
August 30, 2018

Do you remember the summer we got the exact amount of rain we needed? The year Mother nature kept an eye on things and we didn’t need to water our lawns even once?

Neither do we.

The reality is, if you live in the DC area and own a home, you probably own a sprinkler, too. While annual precipitation doesn’t vary all that much, it usually comes in stops and starts, which means often times, you’re the one who has to do the watering. So what’s the best way to optimize the amount of water you need to keep your yard looking its best? Surprisingly, a smart water strategy begins before you even turn on the hose. Read full article here.

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