Good morning, hope you have a blessed Sunday sir. It definitely was never my intent to talk to you like a child. Super sorry for accidentally leading you to believe that. You misread my tone, its quite hard to read tone in text sometimes. I know I quoted you, but my post was just a post, for whoever cared to read it, it wasn't really meant to be directed at you necessarily. In retrospect, I could have just posted and not quoted you.Why are you acting like your speaking to a child?
Yes I know exactly what 1 inch of water per acre sounds like.
It's a ridiculous amount just to have a green lawn. Even living on a lake. If 2000 homes are each pulling average of 52,000 gallons per week from lake that's 1.4 million gallons per week, or 447 million gallons per month in 6 months that's 2.68 billion gallons just to water lawns.
During last year's drought lake levels up here dropped by feet. People's docks were becoming dry docks. Mississippi River which is half mile from my house was at record low levels. The Prairie River was showing rocks all the way across it by Hwy 2 which is where I live. So yes drought and excessive consumption can quickly deplete local water supplies.
I mow grass for a living, that's it.
I personally don't care if my lawn is green or brown.
I don't care to have a show lawn.
Not my gig.
Again my apologies, it was never my intention to upset you or anyone else.