Watering early in the morning. When you use the vacation plant watering system nozzle, some water droplets will evaporate before landing. On hot windy days, there is a lot of water that evaporates without reaching the plants. In order to reduce the loss of evaporation, water is poured between 4 and 9 in the morning, when the air is still cool and the wind is usually calmer.
Avoid watering your lawn. On hot days, the water in the hose may be very hot by the sun! The best thing is to stop watering that day and switch to early morning the next day. After the sun goes down, turn on the hoses of your vacation plant watering system to drain the hot water inside.
Adjust the sprinklers of the holiday plant watering system before watering. Aim the sprinkler at the place to be poured, no sidewalks or street parts! A slight adjustment of your nozzle can save a lot of water. Ideally, you should not pour it on the sidewalk, courtyard, street or driveway at all.
Avoid runoff. Even when spraying water properly on the lawn, many people still water until the water flows out of the lawn, onto the street or on the driveway. This wastes a lot of water and does nothing for your lawn.
If the water starts to flow out of the lawn while watering, you have not been able to water the lawn enough. Turn off the vacation plant watering system nozzle for 15 to 20 minutes to allow the soil to absorb moisture, and then continue to press the watering (the nozzle from the It can be rotated from one place to another).
Some soils absorb water more slowly than others, but runoff can also be caused by excessive thatch accumulation, which can cause turf disease-and sometimes it can be caused by long-term watering.