Drought is impacting Kansas City homeowners. Some counties have only received less than 60% of their normal amount of precipitation. Most of the area has been in drought or abnormally dry conditions for several weeks.
Every Kansas City resident knows that our summers are hot, wet, and perfect weather to camp out at the beach and eat as much watermelon as we desire. But what about our plants? They can’t exactly uproot themselves and take a drive down to the water when it gets hot. You can count on the rain in June to help them along, but what about the other 11 months of the year? Don’t take chances with your home’s garden that you’ve worked hard on to make sure it’s in tip-top shape. The last thing you want is a dry spell to kill off the plants you love so much, so consider looking into getting a landscape irrigation system. Before taking the plunge, here are a few signs to look for that’ll tell you if your yard needs an irrigation system or not.
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