Good news! Water restrictions in metro Atlanta counties have been reduced from Drought Level 2 to Drought Level 1 – just in time for planting, aeration and overseeding season.
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Meteorologists at The Weather Channel predicted a “warmer than average” summer for the southeastern U.S., and so far they’ve been right! While we can take respite in the pool or air conditioning, your landscape has to endure the elements 24/7. Here are some interesting facts and handy tips on how to help your landscape survive the summer heat.
Considering a “smart” WiFi-enabled irrigation system? All WiFi irrigation systems promise some level of convenience, efficiency and cost-savings. But if you’re overwhelmed by the choices, don’t worry! We’ve already done the research, and our recommendation for the best option currently on the market for our clients in north Atlanta is the Hydrawise system by Hunter.
Ready to enjoy the warm outdoors without pesky mosquitos? Last year, we were very lucky that the Zika outbreak in Florida did not migrate into Georgia. However, scientists at University of Georgia recently revealed that more mosquitos in Georgia are capable of spreading the virus than originally thought.
Want to water with your WiFi? A hot landscaping tech trend to watch is irrigation systems you can control remotely from your smartphone, tablet or computer. These systems offer features such as local weather updates, so you can adjust your water schedule accordingly.