Kansas City tree water amounts

Should I water my trees in Kansas City?

When in drought situations, the answer is yes. In the Kansas City temperate zones, we need about 1 inch of water (or 625 gallons per 1,000 square feet) each week or two to cover our trees’ root system. It is better to water deeply or soak the soil than to water more frequently with less water. Watch the weather forecast. If rainfall is plentiful, extra water may not be needed. Use a rain gauge or simply place a cup or can in your garden to monitor rainfall and/oryour sprinklers. Don’t over water. Too much water, especially in poorly drained areas, may do more harm than good.
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