In times of drought, above ground sprinklers aren’t the most efficient way to irrigate a parched landscape. Much of the spraying water will be lost through evaporation before it even hits the ground.
There are many types of turf grasses, and some grow and thrive better in different regions of the country, depending on climate.
There are several things that can cause common irrigation pressure problems in a sprinkler system. Some of them are easy to identify and can be resolved above ground, but some problems below ground can be more serious and will likely require costly repairs.
Maintaining a landscape with remote irrigation is powerful and it begins with a real-time text alert on a Mobile app.
Looking to implement an ESG strategy – here is a list of best practices and things to look for as your organization creates a comprehensive program.
When the perennial plants above ground stop flourishing and begin to wither during the dormant season of Winter, there’s something extremely vital to plant health that’s happening below the frozen ground surface.
Water efficiency in large buildings plays a huge role in what makes a building “Green” and lends the opportunity to utilize the best technology available today. Such technologies and strategies not only decrease the amount of water consumption in a large building, but also will significantly reduce expenses in the operating budget.
When a building or community has been designed, constructed and operates using strategies that preserve precious natural resources, reduces negative impacts on our climate and environment, and improves our quality of life, it is commonly called “Green.”
On an athletic field, natural grass is usually favored over artificial turf. Natural grass not only looks great, but creates a cooler field surface for players. It also eliminates injuries athletes can experience on unforgiving synthetic turf. But natural grass is a living plant, and regular gameplay and heavy stomping will damage the field surface if not properly maintained.
A lush and colorfully planted HOA landscape is not only appealing to the eye, it also increases property value. It’s called curb appeal, but beautiful landscaping doesn’t maintain itself. It takes time and effort.