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03/27/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

A tool from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension could save your clients money and help conserve resources by providing custom advice on how much water their yard needs. 

Water My Yard takes into account local weather conditions and irrigation system details to calculate watering recommendations for a specific address. Automated updates from the tool can help homeowners avoid overwatering while keeping their landscape healthy and saving money. The water district as a whole can benefit, too, from the resources and energy saved if homeowners only water when necessary. 

Check to see if your buyers' new address is covered by Water My Yard, and if so, you can share the tool with them as a helpful tip.

Categories: Buyers
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