5 Proven Ways to Save Water in Your Garden

1. Don’t Over-Water

Many people over-water which is not only wasteful but it means you are doing more work than you need to. To determine if it is time to water, look at the soil about a spade deep down. If the soil is damp, leave it alone; if it’s dry, it’s time to water. Watering in the evening when it is cooler also reduces evaporation, which saves on water usage.

2. Not all Soils Need the Same Amount of Water

Take into account the soil type when determining how much you should water. Light sandy soils need to be watered more frequently than heavy soils.

3. Collect Rainwater

Collecting rainwater is simple. Just divert the water from your drainpipe into a bucket or bin. And the best part is that it’s free! You can then use the collected water to dilute Mirimichi Green fertilizers and soil additives.

4. Choose Native Plants

Choosing native plants will require little or no water beyond what nature provides. Native plants are used to the environment, therefore, the plants will thrive.

5. Choose the Right Soil

Choosing the right soil is not only important for water usage, but it is important for the health of your plants. Mirimichi Green CarbonizPN Soil Enhancer helps plants thrive by improving the efficiency of your soil and soil structure. CarbonizPN Soil Enhancer is a professional blend of premium organics and USDA Certified Biobased Carbon that remains in the soil to increase fertility and water absorption while decreasing nutrient leaching. CarbonizPN also promotes a healthy, long-lasting biological rhizome.

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