Category Irrigation

How to Make A Simple Homemade Watering Can
Irrigation

How to Make A Simple Homemade Watering Can

If you are the type of person who enjoys making useful things out of recyclable items then here is a helpful idea for helping water your plants.If you have a garden or have any potted plants that need watering you can now make your own watering can. It’s really easy and simple to complete.All you need is a thumbtack and a empty plastic milk container.

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Irrigation

Tips On Buying A Garden Hose

Question: I’m looking to buy a garden hose and want to spend my money well. I always remember my Dad having hoses in his garden that leaked and always needed repair.My main uses will be watering plants, connecting a sprinkler here and there and washing the car. What can you recommend as the best hose for my needs?
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Irrigation

4 Steps For Winterizing Your Sprinkler System

When the leaves start falling and temperatures drop, it is time to shut down the sprinkler system.Winterizing your sprinkler system will help avoid damage caused by freezing temperatures. The steps necessary for protecting your irrigation system now, will help your avoid potential costly repairs in the spring.
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Irrigation

Drip Irrigation Systems – Efficient EcoFriendly Watering

Drip-irrigation systems or plant drip systems and other low volume watering systems continue to grow in popularity and use. This growth is due to water restrictions and the desire to conserve our use of water in the garden, lawn and landscape.“As more municipalities began to mandate low-volume usage of water, drip irrigation methods started to become the technology of choice.
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Irrigation

How to Make A Simple Homemade Watering Can

If you are the type of person who enjoys making useful things out of recyclable items then here is a helpful idea for helping water your plants.If you have a garden or have any potted plants that need watering you can now make your own watering can. It’s really easy and simple to complete.All you need is a thumbtack and a empty plastic milk container.
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