Summer water Conservation tips:

As a general rule your lawn only needs 2-3 cm of water per week.  To cut down your water usage even further, try to use low angle or pulsating sprinklers that produce large droplets of water opposed to a fine mist that will evaporate quicker.  Routinely check your irrigation systems for leaks and fit your hose with an automatic shut-off nozzle to ensure water is not wasted when left unattended.  Invest in a rain barrel to collect rain water.  Be sure to find one with a spigot and suitable cover to protect from contamination and evaporation.  Water collected in your rain barrel is actually better for your garden because it doesn't contain chlorine contaminants and is a t ambient temperature.  Not only will these tips help protect our environment, but they will help to water down your bills as well.

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Debbie Berg

Debbie Berg

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