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Watering #14598190 01/16/23 12:22 AM
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should you water your lawn, right now?
dormant
yet the dirt is really dry

Re: Watering [Re: butch sanders] #14598220 01/16/23 12:37 AM
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10 % of your normal programmed times.


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Re: Watering [Re: Bruce's] #14598808 01/16/23 05:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Bruce's
10 % of your normal programmed times.


Thanks
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Re: Watering [Re: butch sanders] #14600701 01/18/23 03:35 AM
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Bruce's 10% is good advice. Personally, I don't water from Oct-March-April (depending). I shut my irrigation system off Mid-Late October and just forget about it until February when I apply pre-emergent then run it to water it in then back to shut off. Winter is typically a pretty good wet season for NTX, basing off the official DFW Airport amounts and Nov/Dec. I would get a soil probe or meter and take it from there. We have a few soil profiles in NTX. That said. I doubt you'll need to water in winter.


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