I’m sure, by now, you are getting tired of hearing about our lack of water and how we need to conserve it. Some people are ‘gung-ho’ about saving water while others are simply ignoring the issue altogether. Most of us fall somewhere in-between.
In 2011 I attended a class in which the speaker reported on the findings of the free water audits conducted by the ‘Slow-the-Flow’ Organization. He reported that the average lawn watering was 100” of water a year – this is more than Hawaii receives in natural rainfall! The plants we grow here in Utah definitely do not require this amount of water.
Questions and problems relating to water is one of the top issues Moore Green works with. This issue is dedicated to helping our friends and customers in taking steps to reduce the water use in the landscape. I hope you find at least some of this information useful.
Thank you for your confidence in us!