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Winter drought effects can be quite severe, leaving trees and plants highly stressed. Pine needles turn brown and fall off, plant leaves curl up and drop off, and plant roots beneath the frozen ground surface dry out, because they can’t absorb needed moisture from soil.
Maintaining 300+ acres of irrigated landscaping on a sprawling, higher-education campus can be challenging. With hundreds of acres of landscape turf and shrub beds encompassing a hospital complex, educational buildings, student dorms, sports fields and stadiums, The University of Utah compares to a mini-city.
Sponsored by HydroPoint, Smart Irrigation Month provides an opportunity for the industry to come together each year to showcase cutting-edge smart irrigation technologies and practices that are providing solutions to the challenges in the agricultural and landscape irrigation industries.
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 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.