Drip Irrigation

Watering Trees and Shrubs Effectively

Watering Trees and Shrubs Effectively

Whether you're an orchardist, a landscaper, or a homeowner looking to install a few trees or shrubs, you may have questions how to water them effectively. Today we hope to answer a few of those questions and provide you with some options to that water-wasting wand you've been lugging around.

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The Magic of Aqua-Traxx Drip Tape

The Magic of Aqua-Traxx Drip Tape

Aqua-Traxx is a low-cost, thin walled 5/8" drip tape that offers superior plugging resistance and incredible watering efficiency. Available with emitters spaced 4, 6, 8, or 12 inches apart, it is ideal for long, straight rows and performs best on level terrain. If you have row crops or raised beds--and want to save water--this may be the ideal product for you.

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Gravity Fed Low Pressure Systems

Gravity Fed Low Pressure Systems

Do you garden at a location where there is very low water pressure (less than 10 PSI)? Is your water source a tank that is 20 feet or less above the surface of your garden? Do you collect rainwater off your roof and store it? Then DripWorks has several products that can help you put together an effective gravity-fed toolkit.

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Irrigation in a High Tunnel

Irrigation in a High Tunnel

Depending on what you are growing in your high tunnel, there are a good number of ways to effectively supply the right amount of water to your plants.

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Rose Propagation and Watering

Rose Propagation and Watering

I've been growing rose bushes for many years now and I find that the longest living, most productive and fragrant roses are those grown and propagated from their own roots. If you propagate your own cuttings from heirlooms varieties, you'll be waking up to the most wonderful fragrance every morning. Below you'll find a short list of tips aimed to help you start propagating your own roses, and for those with experience please feel free to add to this list in the comments below.

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