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What Time Should I Water?

WINTER

The frequency of irrigation in winter should be approximately every 15 days or more, depending on the needs of the plants and only as a support or maintenance. It is advisable to water the plants first thing in the morning or in the evening.

It is important to bear in mind that days with a lot of wind and cold tend to dry out the land, so you have to control that it keeps its humidity.

A good way to determine if a plant needs water is to check the soil a few inches below the surface; if it is dry, it must be watered.

In extreme cases where the ground is frozen or frosty, we recommend not watering.

 

 

 

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SPRING

When winter ends, it is advisable to water the plants gently and in a measured way so as not to flood them. In addition, in this season the number of irrigations will be increased, being the ideal to do it twice a week. Still, check your plant's specs in case it says something special for spring. As it is not very hot yet, it is convenient that the water is not too cold, so if necessary leave the water at room temperature for half an hour before watering. Whenever you can, the ideal would be to water with rainwater

SUMMER

During the summer in the hours in which there is a greater solar exposure, the insolation is maximum and this causes the water to evaporate more quickly, preventing the plants from fully feeding and depriving them of their daily nutrients. In addition, the thermal change that cold irrigation water can produce in contact with its high interior temperature can greatly alter them.

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Furthermore, if the leaves are wet during the central hours of the day, they may suffer slight burn marks, as a result of the magnifying glass effect generated by the drops themselves under solar radiation.

During the summer it is advisable to water in the early morning or in the afternoon, when it begins to get dark, thus avoiding the hottest hours.

If you can choose, better at night, since in the morning higher osmotic pressure is produced, causing the water to circulate throughout the plant. In summer, lightning strikes more directly, so if we water in the morning, much of the water it has received would be lost. On the other hand, if we water at night, the soil will have much more time to absorb the water and it will stay moist for longer.

FALL

In general, in autumn the cold and rains begin to arrive, therefore it should be watered less frequently. If you live in rainy areas, it is not necessary to water directly. It always depends on the need of each plant and where we are, but generally a garden needs moderate watering about twice a week. If you live in an area where Autumn is quite dry, water the garden every 3 days.

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WINTER

The frequency of irrigation in winter should be approximately every 15 days or more, depending on the needs of the plants and only as a support or maintenance. it is advisable to water the plants first thing in the morning or in the evening.

It is important to bear in mind that days with a lot of wind and cold tend to dry out the land, so you have to control that it keeps its humidity.

A good way to determine if a plant needs water is to check the soil a few inches below the surface; if it is dry, it must be watered.

In extreme cases where the ground is frozen or frosty, we recommend not watering.

SPRING

When winter ends, it is advisable to water the plants gently and in a measured way so as not to flood them. In addition, in this season the number of irrigations will be increased, being the ideal to do it twice a week. Still, check your plant's specs in case it says something special for spring. As it is not very hot yet, it is convenient that the water is not too cold, so if necessary leave the water at room temperature for half an hour before watering. Whenever you can, the ideal would be to water with rainwater

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SUMMER

During the summer in the hours in which there is a greater solar exposure, the insolation is maximum and this causes the water to evaporate more quickly, preventing the plants from fully feeding and depriving them of their daily nutrients. In addition, the thermal change that cold irrigation water can produce in contact with its high interior temperature can greatly alter them.

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Furthermore, if the leaves are wet during the central hours of the day, they may suffer slight burn marks, as a result of the magnifying glass effect generated by the drops themselves under solar radiation.

During the summer it is advisable to water in the early morning or in the afternoon, when it begins to get dark, thus avoiding the hottest hours.

If you can choose, better at night, since in the morning higher osmotic pressure is produced, causing the water to circulate throughout the plant. In summer, lightning strikes more directly, so if we water in the morning, much of the water it has received would be lost. On the other hand, if we water at night, the soil will have much more time to absorb the water and it will stay moist for longer.

FALL

In general, in autumn the cold and rains begin to arrive, therefore it should be watered less frequently. If you live in rainy areas, it is not necessary to water directly. It always depends on the need of each plant and where we are, but generally a garden needs moderate watering about twice a week. If you live in an area where Autumn is quite dry, water the garden every 3 days.

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