do u notice the grass are turning brown ??


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Exposure

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... it hasn't been any big rain for almost a month rite ? :sweat:
 

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Nope! The grass is always green on my side.

I prefer sunny days to gloomy ones. :p
 

sORe-EyEz

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tot N-Parks get vehicle that waters plants? :dunno:
 

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well at least you folks don't get threats of forest fires.

my mate's house almost got torched today due to the heat in Melbourne. not nice.
 

sORe-EyEz

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well at least you folks don't get threats of forest fires.

my mate's house almost got torched today due to the heat in Melbourne. not nice.
thatz very true, even if there was, its some distance from residential places.
 

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... it hasn't been any big rain for almost a month rite ? :sweat:
Ya. Those around my residence turned brown.
I think National Parks water the new plants to make sure they survive, but I doubt they water every patch of grass in Singapore, that will be too wasteful.
 

Jaycelim

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Nobody mentioned it's due to season?
Isn't it so that's why the grass turn brown?
Nope, this is the monsoon season for this area, and the rainfall is supposed to be plenty.
The grass turn brown because they lack water and dry up.

Some patches around my neighbourhood had barren and trun into sand.
 

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Well as long we get enough water to drink, some water to bath and wash up... I think we are still safe. However, I noticed that our DSLRs get heated up very easily in this very sunny hot season. High temperature may cause more noise (at least that's what the manual says).
 

La Vida

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When it rains, we say too much rain.
When it doesn't rain, we say too hot, y no rain?

:bsmilie::bsmilie::bsmilie:
This time is we thought we will get heavy rain due to monsoon, but the weather bluff us. :bsmilie:
 

estel

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not only grass, but ferns that grow on trees all seem to be drying up. I thought it was only me who bothered :think:

There was a very small drizzle on Sunday. Even a tiny drizle can do wonders compared to manual watering.
 

luntut

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well at least you folks don't get threats of forest fires.

my mate's house almost got torched today due to the heat in Melbourne. not nice.
yeahh.. i heard its pretty bad over there.. I had my customers complaining to me all afternoon over the phone, that the temperature was over 43 degrees...
 

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