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Gardening with Less Water

With drought, water shortages, and rising water costs becoming an everyday concern, home gardeners are looking for inexpensive and simple ways to irrigate efficiently. With step-by-step illustrated instructions, this book demonstrates how to use materials such as terra-cotta pots, recycled bottles, and nylon rope to create low tech and low cost watering systems that will dramatically reduce your water use and benefit your garden. Super-efficient water systems deliver water directly to the roots, reduce weed growth, reduce watering time, and work for any size garden or container plant. This book explains the teachings and innovative ways to use up to 90% less water in your garden.

Softcover - 128 pp 

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    Lonnie F.
    Decatur, Texas
    Water With a Pot

    I live in north Texas and it does get hot and dry here. I was looking for ideas to help in the vegetable garden. This book read like an advertisement for watering with clay pots. The authors whole objective seemed to be to convert me over to using pots to water with. There was little information on other types of irrigating to help me that I couldn't get from a sales catalog. I would have been better off spending my $14.95 on a partial payment on a new water hose.