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  • Water: One Basic Need in Your Garden  By : George Pool
    A good water supply is a basic need for your gardening activities, without it, your plants would die a natural death like humans It is so basic and yet it is sometimes being left out in the priorities so it would make your gardening quite difficult if you have problem on the supply of water
  • Water The Garden Properly During A Hot Period.  By : Kane Ashley
    To state the obvious, plants cannot live without water - a protracted dry spell in the summer months can lead to serious losses the plants most at risk. Newly planted shrubs and trees, bedding plants, shallow-rooted vegetables and climbers growing close to the home.
  • You Must Water The Garden Correctly During A Drought  By : Kane Ashley
    To state the obvious, plants cannot live without water - a protracted dry spell during the summer months can result in serious losses the plants most at risk. Newly planted shrubs and trees, bedding plants, shallow-rooted vegetables and climbers growing close to a home.
  • The Benefits of an Automatic Watering System  By : Kostas Menegakas
    Right from the top, water conservation, saving money, and convenience are three of the key factors that prompt many people to install a timed irrigation system in their lawns Aside from these main advantages, there is of course the added benefit of keeping your lawn healthy and green through the spring and summer months
  • Efficient Water Use  By : Jim Davis
    Irrigation is the artificial application of water to soil in order to aid the growth of plants. An image that may come to mind is that of a gardener sprinkling water from a pot onto a flower or a small plant. This is a very simple definition, however, and irrigation usually is a bit more complicated than that.
  • Rainwater: An Untapped Resource  By : Jim Davis
    Almost 50 inches of rain fall in the United States annually. That adds up to around 3 trillion gallons of water falling over our heads every year. Assuming the average person uses around 100 gallons a day, 50 inches of rainfall a year can provide enough water for almost 30 million people. Unfortunately, only a small fraction of rainwater is harvested and put to good use.
  • Dealing with Waste Water  By : frank burnett
    In time, societies progress and as things change, procedures that pertain to our survival also change. Because water is simply vital to our existence, ways of effectively gathering and recycling water has been developed through the years.
  • Solar Water Pumps vs Windmills  By : Steve Baker
    Discover the truths about solar powered water pumping versus wind powered pumping.
  • Your Rainwater Tanks  By : Dawn herry
    Maintenance is an important part of owning anything, what use is a gadget when it's so battered it can barely be found productive. Because of this, maybe you can now understand why you can never really get too much advice when it comes to maintaining things.
  • Garden Hoses For Gardening and Other Chores  By :
    Garden hoses are the easiest technique for irrigating a garden Understand what garden hoses are and what it�s used for
  • Vegetable Gardening: Is there a right time to water the garden?  By : Bruce A. Tucker
    Many people think you can water your vegetable garden when ever and how ever. But there are optimal times to water as well as optimal amounts.
  • Smart Sprinkler Controllers  By :
    Sprinkler controllers can make using your sprinkler watering system even easier and can save water, which is good for the environment Saving water is an important step in conservation and using sprinkler controllers can help you to use the water in a more environmentally responsible way without sacrificing the growth or your grass, greenery, or crops
  • Tips on Using Gray Water For Your Garden  By :
    Every day, more and more news is coming out on just how damaged the environment has actually become We are finally awakening to the fact that we have severely damaged our planet and we are looking for ways to live better and not deplete our precious natural resources
  • Do You Know When to Water Your Garden?  By :
    I was happily watering my garden yesterday when my wife asked me "How do you know when to water your garden"? A simple question with a simple answer
  • Watering Tips For Landscaping In Florida  By :
    Before Florida became the landmass it is today, it was covered by ocean This is why most of the plants and animals found in Florida now are not originally native to the region

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