Category Archives for Garden Irrigation

Garden Drainage: Improving soils

Having gone to the trouble and expense of providing a means of getting rid of surplus water, you should focus your attention on increasing fertility and improving the soil structure so you can get the most from your garden. In … Continue reading

29. July 2013 by admin
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Garden Tiles | Tile Drainage

Earthenware pipes, or ‘tiles’, come in various types and sizes: glazed and porous; large, medium and small. Porous drainpipes are the best type to use, because water can seep through the sides, which cannot happen with glazed tiles. The sizes … Continue reading

07. July 2013 by admin
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When and How to Water Vegetables

Well-Fed and Watered Plants are like babies — liquid continually going in at one end and coming out at the other, and a lot of work involved in the process. Only with plants the intake is at the bottom end, … Continue reading

25. April 2011 by admin
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Watering Plants and Garden Irrigation

Watering Plants and Garden Irrigation Rainfall is often insufficient to supply the garden with all the water it needs. Plant survival depends on water. Few plants survive for very long without water — even desert cacti and succulents, which store … Continue reading

22. November 2010 by admin
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