Fowlballer is right, I'd let it be, especially if you are disking or mowing. You want the soil to dry out so you can get in and do work because you never know what the weather will throw at you. I wouldn't add water right after disking, most management areas will hold some water from rain fall. Now, if it's an extremely dry year you could add a little water "if" you have access to it to help things a long and keep the soil moist so you don't lose anything and help with growth, but that something you would need to gauge and time correctly. Some places i don't mow or disk every year either because of access or they because don't need it and i have them on a rotation which is why a like an early slow draw down in these areas which is beneficial for them.