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Hello all,

New to this forum, used to garden a bit in Denver, colorado but have moved to my birthplace India last year. We don't have an open area for a vegetable garden and the soil is incredibly clayey.

So, this is my plan to build a raised bed over the lawn. I am planning to remove the lawn grass prior to starting the lawn. A question for the group here, there's an existing sprinkler system.

So the area I am planning to build has 3 sprinklers (under the same Zone). If i just turn off the zone, a portion of that zone will die. Any ideas on what I can do? is there a good way to figure out the exactly determine an area covered by 1 of the sprinklers?

Thank you so much!
 
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Welcome to the forum Champ. There is no need to remove the grass if the soil on top is sufficient.
You could use a watering can
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Welcome to the forum :)
 
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