I understand what u mean… my back is killing me… lol.
Do you think once the roots system from pots to the ground are established i wont need to water so often?
So far the ones i feel are more thirsty are:
. The feijoas (they ALL dried off and i thought they were dead, but now they all are pushing new leaves )
. The aracas, they also dried out but are now pushing new leaves
. The goiaba
. The big cherimoya (currently flowering)
. The atemoya (also flowering)
. The grumixama
Not sure if the uvaia and cherry of Rio Grande also need a lot of water, they are from the Brazilian Sertão right?
Anyway i live 1h away from the property. I cant possibly go there everyday to water them. I am trying to go once or twice a week. Hope thats enough, but i am scared once the temperatures reach over 30C