If you’ve started planting, you are probably spending an inordinate amount of time watering gardens and doing your best to keep everything growing. Hopefully, you’ve benefitted from composting and the nutrient-rich soil it provides (and if not, it’s never too late to start). Another way to make it easier to keep things growing is to have the proper water delivery system in place.
Using drip irrigation and timers that keep the water running even when you’re not there to hold the hose, you can overcome the time constraints that might be keeping you from having easy access to delicious veggies all summer long.
Drip irrigation carries water directly to the base of each plant, so you lose less to evaporation. The slow drip delivers water slowly to the roots of the plants. Our drip irrigation kits are easily customizable and can be set up even by inexperienced gardeners Putting a drip system into your garden is a great do-it-yourself project that will ultimately save you time and help your plants grow.
With all that extra time on your hands, you can get on to the next project. What’s next on your honey-do list?