Save water for your lawn and make it beautiful

Save water in the garden is just as important as home. It is important to save water in the garden for two reasons. First, to save money if you’re in a water meter. Secondly, since peak demand up to 70% of our water supply can be used in the garden, forcing suppliers to use groundwater and stream to do. This can cause environmental damage and increase water prices. Here are some ways to reduce the water use and even save the fresh water.

Take care of your soil

  • Adding organic matter to the soil improves its structure, which helps maintain moisture.
  • Malts flowerbeds and around the base of shrubs and spring trees prevent moisture from evaporating during the dry season.
  • Padding surface moisture traps hanging baskets.
  • Add water retainers or gel granules to compost, compost or use them and mix for use in hanging baskets and containers.

Right Time Watering

Many of us over-watering our garden. It’s not just wasteful, which means we do more work than we need. To check if you need water or not, look at the ground around a shovel in the background. When wet, fine; but If it is dry, so then it is time to water. If you have clay ground, you can not wet when watered or not and may feel dry sandy soil, even though it has water in it.

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If this is the case, observe your plants and when they begin to show signs of stress water – when the leaves change position or darken – notice how it looks and feels of the soil. According to the Landscaping Suwanee In this way you can get more than one idea of ??what your soil is like when you have very little water.

Watering the garden in front of a drought is established maintains soil moisture levels and helps prevent water deficits. The plants also give you water at night when it’s cold, to reduce the steam.

Use specified range of water

It depends on the type of soil. Light sandy soils should be able to provide more heavy water plants. Clay areas can often be less water, but they need more water. Edging and Cumming has found bird control is that plants can grow more and more, every seven to 10 days is enough for up to 24 liters per square meter. That’s about two gallons of water in taps 10 with a value per square meter.

Using the best methods for watering plants

  • Sprinkler heads: Best used for irrigation areas get rid of sprinklers have good coverage, but you can target them in some parts of your garden.
  • Hoses and pitchers: You can do it, but use it carefully to plant sock beneath the leaves and allow the surrounding dry soil. It reduces wasting growth and means that all the water goes where it is needed.
  • They allow water holes in the hose. They can be buried underground or layer, which evaporates avoidance. They allow you to establish Plants in water rows, but are best used in heavy soils, such as water spread sideways, covering over lighter soils.
  • Dripping water or dripping in growing areas, when they are scheduled to do so. Save them time and effort, but these are the most expensive options. Be sure to consider the hot, dry weather in the programming of your system.
    Use of rainwater and previously used water
  • Even if you live in a dry part of the US, you can get 24,000 liters rainwater from your roof every year. Obviously not many people can save a lot of water, but if every household in the country has a single waterhole collecting annually (160 liters), of which four billion gallons of water can be all used In our gardens.
  • It’s easy to collect rain water right next to your water from your downspout water in a tank, using clever kits suggested by Casey’s Cilton.
  • Grey water (water bath, shower, washing machine and dishwashers) is a great way to use water for the second time. You can buy sweep of gray water to transfer water to irrigation bathroom or cistern.
  • Soaps and detergents are undamaged plants, but do not use chlorinated water, disinfectant, salt dishwasher or plant damage, damage to soil structure and can cause health hazards.
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