Studies show that adjusting your mower’s height setting to 3 inches will save 16 to 50 gallons a day (depending on weather) for a typical Sacramento front lawn. Even with the more conservative estimate, that’s potential savings of about 6,000 gallons a year.
Studies show that adjusting your mower’s height setting to 3 inches will save 16 to 50 gallons a day (depending on weather) for a typical Sacramento front lawn. Even with the more conservative estimate, that’s potential savings of about 6,000 gallons a year. Bigstock
Studies show that adjusting your mower’s height setting to 3 inches will save 16 to 50 gallons a day (depending on weather) for a typical Sacramento front lawn. Even with the more conservative estimate, that’s potential savings of about 6,000 gallons a year. Bigstock

Water-wise tip: Adjust your lawn mower and save water

October 24, 2014 5:00 PM

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