Save water by growing your own

Clive Blazey explains how you can save water by growing your own food at home.

Save water by growing your own

Most of the fruit and vegetables that we eat have a water content of between 90 and 95 percent, so a continuous and uniform flow of water through the soil is essential.

The nutrients that the plants need are only available when they are dissolved in water, so water not only provides moisture but food as well. No matter how much organic matter is contained in a soil it only becomes ‘di...

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