Hi everyone. My inlaws just had landscaping and irrigation installed at their home. The landscaping is great, but we are fighting with the irrigation system. We are having grass and plants die and I wanted to get your opinion and I wanted to get your professional opinions. The front of the yard is the main issue. Zone 1 hits everything in the front yard which has 3 main sections. 2 areas of turf (left and right) and 1 area of plants. The left side turf is doing great, the plants are doing bad and the right side turf is doing horrible. The sod is covered by rotors and the plants are on drip. So here is my first question: Should rotors covering turf and drip systems covering plants, be on the same zone? Here is my other issue. To the left of the house, the turf is doing great as each blade of grass is being double covered by the rotors. The right side is also on rotors, however, most of the turf is only single coverage because of poor design and those spots are dying. I cant increase the time because the left side is staying soggy in some areas and is being overwatered. Now the plants on the drip system are dying because of a lack of water. Again, because its connected to the rotors, I again cannot increase the time for the drip system without even more overwatering the turf. Additionally, the turf to the right side of the house is wasting lots of water. In some cases the rotors hit more than half of the two lane road. To me, the right side should have had pop-up sprayers. **I will try and attach a diagram of the right side turf. Lastly, I have contacted the irrigation installer and he has said that he feels like having rotors covering turf and a drip system covering plants on 1 zone is normal and he has no problem with that. When I brought up the fact that I thought he should replace the rotors on the right side with pop up sprayers (and add a couple additional heads to make sure I have double coverage) and put the drip system on a separate zone, he said he could, but for an additional charge. I said even though it was poorly designed? His response: it was working when I left. So anyway, if you are still reading, please tell me what your thoughts are. If parts of this are confusing, let me know and I will respond to those parts. Im not sure what I am looking for, maybe just a affirmation that this was a poorly designed system and that any normal, honest irrigation expert would replace or reconfigure to make sure it was doing the job correctly. In addition to all of this, 4 plants on the backyards drip system were completely dead 4 weeks later. When I finally looked at the drip line, there were no drip nipples installed in the line (just a hose going by a plant). I guess he forgot.