It’s going to be COLD tonight!!

Do You Have A Drip System In Your PLOT??

We’re starting to see some cold weather and we know from experience that the timers can malfunction or even be permanently damaged by freezing weather.

Protect Your Timer:

  • It would be a good idea to either remove your timer or wrap it in an insulating blanket.
  •  A good layer or two of bubble wrap, or any other waterproof insulating material, well sealed at bottom and top, should protect the timer for now.
  • Later in the season, when freezing weather is going to be more frequent, you should remove the timer and store it in a warm place for the winter.
  • It’s a good idea to remove the batteries and then replace them with fresh batteries once warm weather has returned. (11/24/12)