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How to look after your lawn

There are several great websites out there about how to look after your lawn. You don’t need to spend hours - just get us to the do the hard work and you can enjoy the benefits. Here are some of our top recommended websites: The Lawn Guide Better Homes and Gardens Gardening Australia

What are my watering days?

It is easy to be a little confused with the Water Corporation rules and regulations about watering days, so we hope you find the following helpful. The Water Corporation suggests: “Please remember to only water once on your allocated days. The best watering times are either before 9am or after 6pm and it is said that watering in the morning is best. Doing so allows the water to soak to the roots of the plants and be available throughout the day when they need it the most.” Scheme water users: Scheme water users in Perth, Mandurah and towns south of (and including) Kalbarri and Kalgoorlie can use their sprinklers either before 9am or after 6pm, two days per week based on the last digit of your street number. Where there is no street number, the lot number is to be used. Towns north of (and excluding) Kalbarri and Kalgoorlie can use sprinklers every alternate day either before 9am or after 6pm, based on the last digit of your house number. Where there is no house number, the lot number is to be used. Bore water users: Garden bore users in Perth and Mandurah can continue to use their garden bore either before 9am or after 6pm, three days per week based on the last digit of your street number. Where there is no street number, the lot number is to be used. Garden bore users in the rest of the State can use their bore before 9am or after 6pm. The Department of Water administers a licensing system for other bore users (including local government, schools, sporting grounds and industry). Licences issued by the Department of Water specify the terms and conditions of using groundwater for uses other than garden bores.
Street/Lot Number ends in: 1 Wednesday and Saturday 2 Thursday and Sunday 3 Monday and Friday 4 Tuesday and Saturday 5 Wednesday and Sunday 6 Monday and Thursday 7 Tuesday and Friday 8 Wednesday and Saturday 9 Thursday and Sunday 0 Monday and Friday
Watering days
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday     Saturday Sunday
3  6  0             4  7 1  5  8 2  6  9 3  7      1  4  8 2  5  9

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© Website developed by Peel Optimum Solutions 2014

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How to look after your lawn

There are several great websites out there about how to look after your lawn. You don’t need to spend hours - just get us to the do the hard work and you can enjoy the benefits. Here are some of our top recommended websites: The Lawn Guide Better Homes and Gardens Gardening Australia

What are my watering days?

It is easy to be a little confused with the Water Corporation rules and regulations about watering days, so we hope you find the following helpful. The Water Corporation suggests: “Please remember to only water once on your allocated days. The best watering times are either before 9am or after 6pm and it is said that watering in the morning is best. Doing so allows the water to soak to the roots of the plants and be available throughout the day when they need it the most.” Scheme water users: Scheme water users in Perth, Mandurah and towns south of (and including) Kalbarri and Kalgoorlie can use their sprinklers either before 9am or after 6pm, two days per week based on the last digit of your street number. Where there is no street number, the lot number is to be used. Towns north of (and excluding) Kalbarri and Kalgoorlie can use sprinklers every alternate day either before 9am or after 6pm, based on the last digit of your house number. Where there is no house number, the lot number is to be used. Bore water users: Garden bore users in Perth and Mandurah can continue to use their garden bore either before 9am or after 6pm, three days per week based on the last digit of your street number. Where there is no street number, the lot number is to be used. Garden bore users in the rest of the State can use their bore before 9am or after 6pm. The Department of Water administers a licensing system for other bore users (including local government, schools, sporting grounds and industry). Licences issued by the Department of Water specify the terms and conditions of using groundwater for uses other than garden bores.
Street/Lot Number ends in: 1 Wednesday and Saturday 2 Thursday and Sunday 3 Monday and Friday 4 Tuesday and Saturday 5 Wednesday and Sunday 6 Monday and Thursday 7 Tuesday and Friday 8 Wednesday and Saturday 9 Thursday and Sunday 0 Monday and Friday
Watering days
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday     Saturday Sunday
3  6  0             4  7 1  5  8 2  6  9 3  7      1  4  8 2  5  9

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