Now… if you experienced a surge of 5-10 feet of water, your garden is probably the least of your concerns right now. For those of you who experienced lighter flooding, this video may help you begin to strategize next steps. It doesn’t solve all your problems. I’d have to visit your site to give you tailored advice for how to move forward. But I couldn’t sit back and feel powerless, so I wanted to at least share a couple of thoughts, because your vegetable and herb garden is important! Share your stories below to help others. What are you doing about flooding or potential flooding?
Discover the components of a drip irrigation system and how to put them together. For less than $100 USD and a couple hours of your time, you can completely automate your garden watering (as long as you remember to recharge the batteries on your timer!). Check out more at GardenHackSummit.com and check out Dripworks for garden irrigation kits.
Would you mind watering the garden everyday if there was an overhead hose trolley in place? While you’d probably like to find ways to eliminate watering plants all together… sometimes you need to water. Here’s how to deal with heavy hoses that kink and trip you up.
Brief intro of water holding capacity & soil texture from a community garden in San Diego. PLUS: Additional soil texture resource: http://www.ext.colostate.edu/mg/Garde… GARDEN INFO: Cabrillo Community Garden Plots are available for rent: 619-212-9778 or [email protected]
This is a garden hack for conserving water while growing food in beach sand. It’s essentially a form of container gardening.