How do you irrigate you small home garden?
Watering can, drag a hose, leaky hose, installed irrigation, timed water and fertilizer application, pray for rain.
Reusing water is going to play a pivotal role in helping lessen the drain we place on water as a natural resource, and reusing laundry water, (belonging to a category of waste water called greywater) can play a pivotal role. It's easy to water your garden this way, and if you don't feel safe having Tide in your garden, one can easily switch to one of many environmentally friendly detergents. All this takes is a large drum to store the water, a hose to reroute the washer water, a water pump for the water tank, and a long hose to your garden. Often long pieces of tubing with holes along the length are associated with this set up, called drip irrigation. I can see this set up becoming far more popular over the next few years, especially if the southwest drought continues to deepen.
I can see you've given this a great deal of thought. Not all cities allow this grey water retrieval. Are you actually using this method in your garden? It would make a great hub. Thanks for your reply.
Yes this does sound interesting and I wouldn't mind hearing more about it.
by CWanamaker5 years ago
What are some of the easiest vegetables to grow in your home garden?
by Nancy B.4 years ago
Will you be planting a home garden in your yard this year?Because of the concern over food GMOs and food additives, are you planning a truck garden for your home? Will the work involved in raising your own food be worth...
by Research Analyst7 years ago
Growing a home garden in the inner city, can it be done?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.