A seven-valve system, front and back, this project was an exercise in the game of Dodge Boulder.
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Are we cold yet? …well, maybe not that cold, but even here in the desert, our temps can, and do, drop below freezing. It’s not too early to start thinking about wrapping those above-ground exposed irrigation pipes and equipment. Save yourself some time and expensive irrigation repairs—be prepared. A little insulation goes a long way.
Longer nights, shorter days and folks all over the country have changed their clocks. Well, here in Arizona the only clocks we should be changing are our irrigation controllers. Cut back on the desert’s most valuable commodity and save yourself some money to boot. But remember—root zones don’t shrink. It’s better to increase the time
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