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Types of Sprinklers For Your Gardens

Watering the turf is an essential task of every garden or lawn owner. This is needed in order to help the grass to become healthier. Watering also helps plants create their food easily. 260 more words

Home Improvement

Finally I can play with my new toys

In the depths of winter last year I found love, and fell quite deeply into a covetous desire of want and longing.  And the object of my new found affection was a seemingly miraculous device that would improve my gardening experience no end.  1,050 more words

Sarah The Gardener

Farm Irrigation Systems Westchester County

Is your Farm or Equestrian Business in need of a new irrigation system in Westchester County, NY? You need your farm and property well kept with the right type of equipment. 71 more words

A Year in the Land of Plenty

Dear Mum,

Well, yesterday was the anniversary of our arrival in Perth. Happy anniversary! As we expected this first year hasn’t been a bed of roses, but things seem to have settled down now and we are back into a kind of analogue of our old life. 781 more words

Letters

David: Turn Off Your Sprinklers

When the temperature drops down below freezing…turn off your sprinklers!!!

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Shows

Water, Water, Everywhere

The Farm Journal Media, formerly Kiplinger, publishes weekly newsletters with agricultural forecasts, statistics, and news.  It’s a great resource for farmers and ranchers.  In their November 28th, 2014 newsletter, they had an interesting section on water use. 225 more words

Education

Electricity, heat cut from dozens of apartments after fire

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– Fire crews were called to the Fairbank Apartment building near the intersection of Ferry Street and Grand Avenue in New Haven early Thursday morning. 265 more words

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