Posts Tagged ‘Hydrozones’

  • Winner and Tip #13

    100 Ways Winner of the Day

    Congratulations Quoc Truong of Sarasota, FL! You won a Hunter® Wireless Rain-Clik™ rain sensor as part of our 100 Ways, 100 Days campaign. You are one of 100 winners who won’t be running your sprinklers in the rain this coming wet season and reaping the benefits.  Everyone else – get on board and let the water savings pour in! Saving water doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated. Check back every day through early November for a new water-saving tip... MORE >

  • Old man watering lawn

    How Much Water Do Your Plants Really Need?

    This is something that’s not easy to agree on. In California, we have WUCOLS (Water Use Classification of Landscape Species) to determine the plant factor (crop coefficient); however there is still exposure, climate zone, soils, slope, soil interface between clay, loam (sand nursery soil) and the native site soil. I have found that a majority of our landscape plants can survive with very little supplemental water once established. We have all seen areas where plants survive with very little supplemental... MORE >

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