I've always heard that watering at night is bad because in encourages fungus and disease.
Around here (South Michigan), temperatures typically cool below the dewpoint rather quickly (Due to very high humidity levels), and a typical night will have dew on the plants usually by midnight and remain unil the sun can burn it off the next day.
Do I get a free pass and might as well water at night?
I'm thinking that if the plant leaves are wet all night anyway, I might as well start watering at one in the moring.
I've got 15 zones that need to run for about 25 minutes each to saturate the soil, so we're talking between 5 and 6 hours.
Is this logical?