I have not considered exporting that data but that's a pretty good idea. If get some time end-up going that route I'll forward it along.Natron said:That's concerning about the wells running dry. Would you consider drilling down deeper or drilling a new well?
Thanks for the tip on the FRET data. I was getting my ET data from CIMIS but didn't know forecast data was available. Have you been able to automate the gathering of any of this data? I was considering doing that with CIMIS data since they have an FTP, but don't know if it's worth the effort.
Our purveyor still has no restrictions, but they are getting tighter in surrounding areas.
Stay cool this week.
Good question. I had TTTF/KBG before this and it performed pretty well with some struggles in July and August. I went with full KBG due to it being superior in it's drought recovery and dormancy attributes. TTTF is arguably more drought tolerant but in my research takes more water to recover from drought. Another benefit with KBG is that if it does get blow out from the heat it has the ability to fill-in compared to TTTF which would be an automatic overseed. It will be interesting to see how it all goes moving forward.Wile said: