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The Benefits of Drip Irrigation

The Benefits of Drip Irrigation

Why are so many gardeners and farmers turning to drip irrigation? There are many reasons, including water conservation as well as saving time, money and hassles.

But how does drip irrigation work and what is drip irrigation anyway? Read on for answers about this efficient watering method and how it can help you with your plants.

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Top 7 Tips for How to Start Composting

Top 7 Tips for How to Start Composting

Fall and winter are excellent seasons for starting the exciting process of making compost. Making your own garden soil is the best way to take responsibility for providing the highest-quality organic growing medium.

In the simplest terms, composting is an easy and affordable way to turn trash into treasure. By composting yard waste, unused parts or pieces of fruits and vegetables and other organic matter that otherwise would go into your garbage can and then into our overstuffed landfills, you can improve your soil and plants health at little or no cost. Compost can provide valuable nutrients while also bettering the structure of garden soil.

Whether you are composting at home or on the farm, the composting process is simple and straightforward. Try it and it will soon become a daily habit. Read on to learn all about the composting basics you need to help your plants and the environment thrive.

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Top 10 Tips for Growing Marijuana in 2020

Top 10 Tips for Growing Marijuana in 2020

Marijuana isn't difficult to grow. After all, one of its most popular names is weed. But if you want to grow healthy plants that produce the best buds, a little extra care will pay you back many times over. Whether you are growing pot plants for your own personal stash or for sale at your business, these marijuana growing tips from DripWorks can help you attain greater success in pot production.

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How to Save Water and Money with Drip Irrigation

How to Save Water and Money with Drip Irrigation

Garden Sustainability with Drip Irrigation

Water is life. As such, it is a precious resource we all need to conserve and use with care. Although water is comparatively inexpensive in most places, it really is more precious than gold. Try going a day or even a few hours in your home or business without this life-giving fluid and you will understand why. Read More

Designing A Rock Garden

Designing A Rock Garden

You might have a place by the front door or a spot within view of your patio or driveway where a beautifully colorful rock garden showpiece would make an inviting visual. Sunny areas or shady spots make no difference as you'll choose your plantings accordingly. Rock gardens are low maintenance, in season all year long, and provide an eye-catching element for your garden. Just keep in mind that a rock garden should end up looking like a natural rocky landscape and be low maintenance. Here's your chance to be creative! Read More

Winter Gardening Tips and Specifics

Winter Gardening Tips and Specifics

If gardening makes you happy and brings delicious food to your table as well as personal satisfaction and a sense of achievement, you might want to garden year-round. Just because the temperature drops doesn’t mean you have to drop the joy of gardening. Gardening in the winter can be fun and productive. It can help chase away the winter blues too. Read on for some easy winter gardening tips from DripWorks.

It's entirely possible to garden in zones 8, 9, and 10 by using a medium-weight row cover. A mulch of straw, leaves or pine needles will also help you discover the joys of winter gardening by keeping your plants warmer and the soil moist.

You may plant some short-season crops and root vegetables. Beets, carrots and onions make excellent cool-weather root crops. Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage are good picks for their tolerance to cold weather.

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