Summer is a tough time in Northern Colorado. Some years, rain comes often. Others, however, rain might be hard to come by. Because of the historic fluctuations in precipitation that we experience, cities all over Northern Colorado have created water regulations that clearly define when your sprinklers should be on and for how long that they should be on in an effort to save water and maximize the absorption into the ground.
As tree service professionals serving Northern Colorado, we have begun to notice that people don’t really have an issue determining when and how often to water their trees, shrubs, and lawn. In the fall and winter months, however, homeowners are not as sure how they should manage or tweak their watering schedules.
In today’s blog your local certified arborists, here at Schra Tree Care, will be discussing some of the fall and winter watering habits that you should employ in the upcoming months.