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Conserving Water in the Garden

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There are many ways to use less water on your garden, and still have a bountiful harvest. This page is about conserving water in the garden.


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By 5 found this helpful
July 1, 2009

Here are some tips for conserving water in your garden:

Source: These tips came directly from the school of experience. My family had a garden every year and I was taught right there at home.


By Sandy from Elon, NC

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By 1 found this helpful
November 20, 2007

Keep track of the days that it rains on a calendar. Circle the day and write "Rain". This way its easy for you too see which day it rained. It will help you save money on your water bill. You will always know when you should water your garden, so no over watering occurs, and no waste!

By Tonya S. from Coal City, IL

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July 3, 2007

Instead of running the sprinklers on a timer, I only turn them on when needed. Been doing this for years. Since we have water restrictions in our city, we are limited to T and F. Every time we get a substantial rain, I write "Big Rain" on the calendar, to avoid watering unnecessarily. After rain day in and day out, and then a dry spell, then too much rain, it's easy to forget when it last rained and was enough to actually penetrate the yard.


By Holly from Richardson, TX

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May 26, 20050 found this helpful

When watering your lawn by using sprinklers, make sure the water is not hitting your house (ex. siding, windows, or foundation walls), only the grass, flowers, and bushes.

By Terri

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May 31, 20171 found this helpful

Water is a limited resource and should be conserved whenever possible. This is a page about watering wisely.

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August 31, 20170 found this helpful

You lawn and garden can use up a lot of water, especially through the hot summer season. Use these 5 water-saving solutions for your garden and help conserve water for all to use.

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June 27, 20140 found this helpful

This is a page about using greywater in the garden. Greywater is the domestic wastewater resulting from household water use.


Some sources such as water from showers, sinks, or bathtubs is generally safe to use for garden irrigation.

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May 24, 20170 found this helpful

Conserving water is one of the primary things we can do to help the environment. Using the water from the drip tray of your air conditioner is a great way to dispose of the water.


This is a page about reuse air conditioning water in the garden.

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September 27, 20160 found this helpful

This is a page about using aquarium water for plants. If you have an aquarium consider using the waste water when you clean the tank to fertilizer your garden or houseplants.

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This is a page about use cooking water for watering plants. Nutrients and minerals such as calcium are released into the water as you cook eggs, veggies, and other foods such as pasta.

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This is a page about conserve water with a snow fence. If you live where there is lots of snow and wind you may save water with a man-made or living snow fence.

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