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By: Larry W.
Dennis J Munson DDS
I called to make an appointment and the receptionist (Tiffany) was very rude and inattentive. I asked her why was she being so rude and nasty to me and her exact words were "well I have a lot going on and if you think I'm being rude then maybe this isn't the right dental office for you". I asked to speak with her supervisor and she said the dentist doesn't get involved in this kind of stuff. I couldn't believe her level of unprofessionalism.
By: R H.
Dennis J Munson DDS
I'd had bad experiences with dentists in CA, so when I came back to STL and needed dental care I was wary. I was referred to Dr, Munson by a friend who took her 3 year old to see him. I figured if he could work with kids, he might be the right one for me! Dr. Munson and his team put me at ease, understood my qualms and put them to rest even when referring me to specialists! Dr. Munson is a caring, kind and warm-hearted dental professional.
Tips & Advices
The best time of day to water a lawn is early morning or evenings - the cooler times of the day. Steer clear of watering during peak warmth and sun activity; not only can it be potentially damaging to plants, but more water is lost from evaporation, reducing efficiency.
Provided the pressure and flow are identical, and the length of time watering is equal, there should be no difference in in the amount of water delivered between manual or timed sprinkler systems. It’s all about pressure and flow that determines delivery amount.
In the warmer months you want to water three to five times a week. In cooler months, two to three times a week should be plenty. The goal is to get ¾ of an inch to 1 inch of water delivered each time. A good rule of thumb is a little more in summer, a little less in winter. If you live in a rainy area, you might not need to manually water at all in the winter.
A check valve is a valve that only allows flow in one direction, while preventing flow in the opposite direction.
The first variable to determining how long to run your sprinklers is seasonal; the second is sprinkler output. In warmer months, or peak growing season, water for approximately 20-30 minutes a day, every three to five days. Ideally your grass wants 3/4 of an inch to 1 inch of water. In the cooler, slower growing seasons, 10-15 minutes, two to three times per week. If you use automatic sprinklers, be sure to adjust them seasonally.

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