Healthy soil not only benefits turf and plant growth, it saves water, too! It works so well, in fact, that Denver Water requires that any landscaping of new construction must conform to its standards for soil amendments in order to conserve water in the areas it serves.
It may seem like your trees hibernate for the winter, but the truth is that there’s still plenty of action going on below ground. Roots continue growing beneath the soil, and they need water and nutrients year-round.
By Paul Donovan | May 20, 2015 0
Denver has received only 3.07 inches of precipitation since September 1st. Characteristically, our winters involve dry air, low precipitation and extreme temperature fluctuations.
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