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Vegetable Garden Watering Schedule

WATERING YOUR VEGETABLES IS A MUST

It's impossible to grow a successful vegetable garden without a proper watering schedule or routine.

Throughout the year there may be days, weeks and even months where the perfect amount of rain falls however, you can be guaranteed that every summer will bring with it long hot days where constant irrigation is essential to the survival of your garden.

DROUGHT CAN AFFECT YOUR HARVEST

Under the stress of drought garden plants may not grow to their intended size resulting in small fruit, for example, undersized tomatoes and peppers and in some cases, no fruit at all.

Also, when starved of irrigation some plants may even become bitter, tough and fibrous making them completely inedible.

Implementing a structured watering routine will help alleviate these problems allowing you to enjoy the fruit of your wares time and time again.

 

40 OUNCE SMALL GREEN PLASTIC WATERING CAN

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VEGETABLE GARDEN WATERING SCHEDULE

ONCE A WEEK TWICE A WEEK 10 DAYS TO 2 WEEKS

BEANS

CELERY

ASPARAGUS

CORN

LETTUCE

CHERRIES

PEPPERS

RADISHES

GRAPES

ZUCCHINI

SPINACH

PEARS

EGGPLANT

SWISS CHARD

PLUMS

YAMS

BEETS

APPLES

SUMMER SQUASH

TURNIPS

PEACHES

CUCUMBERS

CARROTS

NECTARINES

PEANUTS

BROCCOLI

TOMATOES

ONIONS

POTATOES

WATERMELONS

RHUBARB

CAULIFLOWER

BUTTERNUT SQUASH

PUMPKINS

STRAWBERRIES

BANANA SQUASH

CABBAGE

PEAS

BLACKBERRIES

RASPBERRIES


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WATERING YOUR VEGETABLES IS A MUST

It's impossible to grow a successful vegetable garden without a proper watering schedule or routine.

Throughout. the year there may be days, weeks and even months where the perfect amount of rain falls however, you can be guaranteed that every summer will bring with it long hot days where constant irrigation is essential to the survival of your garden.

DROUGHT CAN AFFECT YOUR HARVEST

Under the stress of drought garden plants may not grow to their intended size resulting in small fruit, for example, undersized tomatoes and peppers and in some cases, no fruit at all.

Also, when starved of irrigation some plants may even become bitter, tough and fibrous making them completely inedible.

Implementing a structured watering routine will help alleviate these problems allowing you to enjoy the fruit of your wares time and time again.

 

40 OUNCE SMALL GREEN PLASTIC WATERING CAN

Sold out

VEGETABLE GARDEN WATERING SCHEDULE

ONCE A WEEK TWICE A WEEK 10 DAYS TO 2 WEEKS

BEANS

CELERY

ASPARAGUS

CORN

LETTUCE

CHERRIES

PEPPERS

RADISHES

GRAPES

ZUCCHINI

SPINACH

PEARS

EGGPLANT

SWISS CHARD

PLUMS

YAMS

BEETS

APPLES

SUMMER SQUASH

TURNIPS

PEACHES

CUCUMBERS

CARROTS

NECTARINES

PEANUTS

BROCCOLI

TOMATOES

ONIONS

POTATOES

WATERMELONS

RHUBARB

CAULIFLOWER

BUTTERNUT SQUASH

PUMPKINS

STRAWBERRIES

BANANA SQUASH

CABBAGE

PEAS

BLACKBERRIES

RASPBERRIES


40 OUNCE SMALL GREEN PLASTIC WATERING CAN

Sold out

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SIGNUP FOR DISCOUNTS & GIVEAWAYS

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