ASK THE CRITTER GITTER
Jacksonville Beach, FL
I have noticed areas of my lawn are turning brown and appear to be dying? What do you think the problem is?
Customers often call the office for help with their dying lawn. They complain that areas of the yard are brown and look dried out.
George Richardson, Technical Director for Peninsular Pest Control, will show you how to simply check your lawn for drought damage.
The City of Jacksonville Environmental Quality Division reminds Duval County residents that as they set their clocks forward one hour on Sunday, March 13th for Daylight Savings Time, they may once again set lawn and landscape irrigation to no more than two days per week. Designed to conserve Jacksonville’s water supply and reduce the amount of nutrients flowing into the St. Johns River, Chapter 366 of the City’s Ordinance Code limits watering to two days a week during Daylight Savings Time
Residential properties with an address that ends in an odd number or places without an address may water on Wednesday and Saturday and those addresses which end in an even number may water on Thursday and Sunday. Non-residential irrigation is only permitted on Tuesday and Friday.
Visit coj.net/fertilizer for more information including exceptions to the schedule, penalties and enforcement.
*An odd number address is a street address whereby the numeric part of the address is an odd number (103 John Doe Street) or the alpha-numeric part of the address ends with any of the letters N-Z (104-N John Doe Street).
**An even number address is a street address whereby the numeric part of the address is an even number (108 John Doe Street) or the alpha-numeric part of the street address ends with any of the letters A-M (109A John Doe Street).