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End of daylight saving time is a reminder to reduce outdoor watering


Last updated 11/16/2017 at Noon

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SAN DIEGO – Now that daylight saving time has ended, residents can take action to save water in the months ahead by remembering to adjust their irrigation systems.

“Adjusting irrigation is an easy way to Live WaterSmart, since landscapes need less water as the days get shorter and cooler,” said Dana Friehauf, a water resources manager for the San Diego County Water Authority. “Residents also should make sure their irrigation systems are working correctly and are free of broken sprinkler heads or other leaks that waste water.”

About half of a typical California household’s wate...

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