Nobody likes having too much pressure. Sprinkler systems don’t like it either! Landscape irrigation sprinklers are often installed at sites where the system pressure is higher than what is recommended for the sprinkler nozzle. Fixed-spray-head nozzles are the most common types of sprinkler heads out there, but they may throw large amounts of water up…

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Jesse Engbretson of Greenedge Sprinklers Plants absorb water through the roots. Deep infrequent watering creates deep roots. Shallow frequent watering creates short roots. As water evaporates from the surface of the soil, short rooted plants and lawns will need water more often. Did you know that 50-60% of your irrigation can be lost to evaporation?…

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Jesse Engbretson of Greenedge Sprinklers Much of the water applied to lawns and gardens never gets absorbed by the plants. Common ways that water is wasted include: Runoff. Applying water too rapidly causes runoff, because grass and plants can only absorb so much water at a time. When runoff occurs, soil, fertilizers, and pesticides can…

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Jesse Engebretson, President of Green Edge Sprinklers Irrigation systems need regular maintenance to keep them working efficiently year after year. Damage from lawn equipment or improper winterization can cause leaks and other serious problems. Inspect your system monthly. Check for leaks, broken or clogged sprinkler heads, and other problems. Clean clogged screens and microirrigation filters as needed. Adjust sprinkler…

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