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Posted by sspence on April 9, 2010, 2:12 am
 


Its gardening time here in the southeast, and our thoughts return to
watering. Rainwater is my favorite source of water, as its free, and
takes no energy to collect or use. We combine that with a gravity drip
feed system to our garden for consistent energy free irrigation, that
does not cost much money. Start with a rain water capture system as
described in this document:

http://www.green-trust.org/wordpress/2010/04/08/drip-irrigation-with-rain-w=
ater/

Posted by Mr A Clarke on April 9, 2010, 10:18 pm
 


It takes more construction effort to keep the water at a high level.
It requires power to temporarily lift the water for irrigation.
My fussy landlord will not allow me to fit diverters.
It looks as though we are all going to die of starvation here in civvy
street.

Anyone want to buy a 50Kg (Dry-weight) Grow Bag?

Itís gardening time here in the southeast, and our thoughts return to
watering. Rainwater is my favorite source of water, as itís free, and
takes no energy to collect or use. We combine that with a gravity drip
feed system to our garden for consistent energy free irrigation, that
does not cost much money. Start with a rain water capture system as
described in this document:

http://www.green-trust.org/wordpress/2010/04/08/drip-irrigation-with-rain-water/  



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