Watering is particularly important at seed sowing time, planting out and just after seedlings emerge. Once vegetables become established it is less important unless you garden on very free-draining soil.
Root level irrigation
On very dry soils or for crops that prefer a moist soil such as celery or celeriac then you could consider using porous pipes that are connected…
Emma and Tony explain ways to water your produce that are potentially more effective.
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with the Click & Drip Watering Kit from Greenhouse Sensation
This irrigation system can be fitted directly to your waterbutt directing much needed moisture to your plants. The narrow pipework with holes at 30cm spacings can be woven through your veg beds to keep all your crops well watered. With the water directed to the base of the plants and…
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