I notice that freeze skip has settings from 32 up to above 40 degrees. Why is there such a range? Maybe this is silly but I assumed freeze skip meant 32 degrees?
Is there any potential for damage to grass/plants if I’m watering at say 6am when it’s 36 degrees and it’s going to 60-70 degrees that day? This is a pretty common scenario in Boulder and my rachio has been completely skipping schedules instead of waiting a couple of hours until the temps have risen significantly, so I’m trying to plan my workaround.
I understand that if you add moisture to cool, dry air it will cool off even more. I guessed that 36 degrees would give enough wiggle room but maybe I should just set it to 32 degrees. I guess I’m just trying to figure out if this is to prevent sprinkler damage vs yard damage, and what temperature setting most people use?