Afternoon watering = waste of labor?
I'm working at a garden center in Kansas City and I've got a question about watering. Our sprinklers run from 6-8am and 6-7pm everyday, but our new boss has decided he wants us to hand water all the nursery stock in the afternoon because he sees it wilting. My arguement is that even plants in wet soil will wilt during a 95 degree day with 20 mph winds. I think its a waste of labor to hand water everything, not to mention that he claims that we're not doing a good enough job watering since the plants still wilt. Any thoughts?