Diagnosing your dying plants: Symptoms you might be missing

People frequently see dying plants and look to solve the problem with more water. Unfortunately, that’s not always the right solution and sometimes can make the situation even worse. Here are four common underlying symptoms that indicate a much more pervasive problem than a lack of water. Yellowing turf does not indicate a lack of [...]

By | July 28th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Questions to ask your landscaper

Six questions to ask your landscaper If you’re a commercial property owner or manager, there are plenty of factors to consider when maintaining your landscape. For many, a well-maintained lawn is the ultimate balancing act. Water too much and your water bill becomes a fluid nightmare. Water too little and you risk destroying your landscape. [...]

By | July 21st, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Across the plains of Texas: Water rate analysis in the Lonestar State

To say Texas is large would be an understatement. It is, after all, nearly 800 miles wide and home to four USDA climate zones with vast differences in rainfall, temperature, humidity and elevation. The Gulf Coast experiences a coastal climate, whereas inland it’s more continental, drier and more elevated in the west and and wetter [...]

By | July 14th, 2017|Blog|1 Comment

Getting your feet wet: What you need to know about yearly rainfall

What is the rainiest city in the United States? If you thought Seattle, guess again! Mobile, Alabama, surprisingly tops the list with 59 rainy days and a whopping 67 inches of average annual rainfall. In comparison, Las Vegas is the driest with only six rainy days and five inches of rain per year on average. [...]

By | July 7th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments