Regular Irrigation Can Help Lawns


July’s hot summer weather has given way to August’s 31 days of what will likely be temperatures and humidity equally elevated and intense. Wishes for November’s cooler thermometer reading are already creeping into daily conversations.

The lawns and gardens in Wakulla County have the rains as a mitigating factor to counteract the wilting potential of normal to excessive temperature readings. Unfortunately the arrival of water from above is not on a set or easily predictable schedule.

Traditionally, summer is the wettest season in Florida, with more than half of the annual rainfall occurring during the June to September “wet season”. Florida’s highest average annual rainfall occurs in the Panhandle with averages exceeding 60 inches per year.

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Posted: August 2, 2016

Category: Home Landscapes, Lawn
Tags: Agriculture, Garden, General Information, Irrigation, Landscape, Lawn & Garden, Les Harrison, Master Gardener, Natural Resources

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