Spring Garden Tips
Drip Irrigation

Use drip irrigation to minimize water use and waste in the garden. The poly tubes deliver water to the soil next to the plants where it is needed. The slow focused delivery reduces run off and evaporation. Be sure to use a filter at the water source to prevent debris plugging the small emitters and a pressure regulator to insure even delivery throughout the system.

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