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6 Tips For Watering Your Garden

GROUP PLANTS ACCORDING TO THEIR NEEDS

If in your house there are many plants or a good garden and you have the possibility of distributing them thanks to the space you have, keep in mind that their placement will also help you save water. If you group the species that need a similar amount, it will facilitate irrigation by zones or even the most appropriate placement of a drip system.

AVOID ENGAGING THE FLOOR

When the soil has a lot of water, it eliminates the air that the roots need to breathe and we drown them without oxygen. In times of rain, keep in mind that the soil can drain well to avoid flooding.

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WATERING AT THE MOST APPROPRIATE TIME OF DAY

In principle you can water at any time; However, the criteria that lead to choosing a certain time of day are the effective absorption of water by the roots and less evaporation.

From this point of view, in summer it is convenient to water early in the morning or, it is best to leave it for the night. The evaporation of the water is less and consequently the roots absorb the liquid to a greater extent since it remains in the earth for a longer time. In winter, and if temperatures are especially low, watering first thing in the morning is preferable to avoid any risk of frost.

USE A QUALITY FLOOR IN CLAY

Plants need minerals from clay since this type of soil has properties that allow it to expand and retain water better, and in a more uniform way.

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WATER IN THE RIGHT AREA

In summer the heat makes the water evaporate quickly, so if you water superficially you will be wasting water. Ideally, you should do a deeper watering, directed at the roots of the plants. Not only is it important that you direct the stream of water well, but you should also water slowly, so that the soil can better absorb the water since if it gets puddled, much of it will evaporate.

WATERING BY HAND IF APPROPRIATE

If you see that the lawn looks different in different parts of the garden, one part of the garden may need one amount of water and another part another.

If this is the case, it is best if the excess watering that one of the parties needs is applied manually. It will allow you to be more selective and not to flood it excessively. Too much water at the end is usually more damaging to a lawn than too little of it.

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GROUPS PLANTS ACCORDING TO THEIR NEEDS

If in your house there are many plants or a good garden and you have the possibility of distributing them thanks to the space you have, keep in mind that their placement will also help you save water. If you group the species that need a similar amount, it will facilitate irrigation by zones or even the most appropriate placement of a drip system.

AVOID ENGAGING THE FLOOR

When the soil has a lot of water, it eliminates the air that the roots need to breathe and we drown them without oxygen. In times of rain, keep in mind that the soil can drain well to avoid flooding.

WATERING AT THE MOST APPROPRIATE TIME OF DAY

In principle you can water at any time; However, the criteria that lead to choosing a certain time of day are the effective absorption of water by the roots and less evaporation.

From this point of view, in summer it is convenient to water early in the morning or, it is best to leave it for the night. The evaporation of the water is less and consequently the roots absorb the liquid to a greater extent since it remains in the earth for a longer time. In winter, and if temperatures are especially low, watering first thing in the morning is preferable to avoid any risk of frost.

40 OUNCE SMALL GREEN PLASTIC WATERING CAN

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USE A QUALITY FLOOR IN CLAY

Plants need minerals from clay since this type of soil has properties that allow it to expand and retain water better, and in a more uniform way.

Sold out

WATERING IN THE RIGHT AREA

In summer the heat makes the water evaporate quickly, so if you water superficially you will be wasting water. Ideally, you should do a deeper watering, directed at the roots of the plants. Not only is it important that you direct the stream of water well, but you should also water slowly, so that the soil can better absorb the water since if it gets puddled, much of it will evaporate.

WATERING BY HAND IF APPROPRIATE

If you see that the lawn looks different in different parts of the garden, one part of the garden may need one amount of water and another part another

If this is the case, it is best if the excess watering that one of the parties needs is applied manually. It will allow you to be more selective and not to flood it excessively. Too much water at the end is usually more damaging to a lawn than too little of it.

40 OUNCE SMALL GREEN PLASTIC WATERING CAN

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