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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl, installs her square foot garden with drip irrigation. To set up your own system, check out For more sustainable DIY Video Rating: 4 / 5 In this video Patti Moreno installs drip irrigation with Leon from DripWorks USA in her main raised bed garden. Drip irrigation is one of the most important break throughs in agriculture of the last forty years. Visit: http Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  • bulldwgs 7 years ago

    Your video is 100 x’s better then the Home Depot one. Great job!!

  • TheSignsoftheTime 7 years ago

    I purchased an 8-pack from hosesnap(dot)com and an automatic watering timer. I set it up and left town for 4 weeks. When I returned the lawn and garden was lush in this record breaking hot summer. I pulled up the garden hose and cut the grass. There was no damage to a single blade of grass. I also aerate the grass each time I set up the Hose? Snaps. It is the best solution I have found on the market. I love it.

  • Andreas Mathiassen 7 years ago

    this is professional.. finally I can agree with everything that is? being done.. expertvillage and other videos are absolutely just ridiculous… thanks for uploading…

  • fr3agnt 7 years ago

    Nice job, I enjoy? all your vids, very informative. Keep up the good work and educating those of us who are just getting started. ? 😉

  • borregonian 7 years ago

    i? bet she’s hot in bed…

  • nonubusiness 7 years ago

    You are sitting on the soil in your garden?? No no no.

  • rexelliz 7 years ago

    I agree. I don’t think it’s a good? idea at all

  • TEX AUSTIN 7 years ago

    You should do an episode on the new irrigation for raised bed gardens called earthmister. You can see it at the you tube channel globalwaterinc. I installed one two months ago and I am going to replace the drip system on the rest of my garden with the earthmister it is awesome and easy to install and it? is under the surface out of the way and it aerates the roots too. You really need to see it my garden is growing better than ever before

  • thefranciswatts 7 years ago

    uhm…I’m not sure how smart it is to attach the water? tubing to your electrical conduit.

    I’m just saying.

  • buyerofsorts 7 years ago

    Heh… It used to be? called a “garden” but thats not hip enough these days. lol.

  • insomniacgrace 7 years ago

    Thanks? for posting this. 🙂

  • dayspeace 7 years ago

    a truly amazing thing. i? have been trying this at home. really great. 🙂

  • ytmalveo 7 years ago

    3 Stars?

  • dillygardino1 7 years ago

    why would i watch? this

  • samanpriyantha2010 7 years ago

    Excellent explanation.Really Best.Thanks.From Sri Lankan?

  • shamwife 7 years ago

    hit the bong every time? she said “urban sustainable living garden”

  • badluckbug 7 years ago

    I’m confused ..I thought you used rain barrel harvested water for your garden as it was free and better? for the plants??

  • Juan Carlos Castellanos 7 years ago

    Thumbs up? if you think she’s hot 🙂 !

  • Harold Shifflett 7 years ago

    check my vids i think? you will like

  • Harold Shifflett 7 years ago

    check my vids ?

  • paraez1 7 years ago

    It’s nice to see a beautiful woman doing? something constructive.

  • GarchumpLover 7 years ago

    hahaha nipple ?

  • Rick O 7 years ago

    Looks like a cool? video and well detailed but it’s just to dark to see need more lighting!

  • Patriotgal1 7 years ago

    Thank You, Patty! I’m just getng into home gardening, and ALL of this, is a great help to me!! If more people would do simple things like this, we would ALL? be better off!

  • amvet77 7 years ago

    how do I find part? two???????

  • Dee From Brooklyn 7 years ago

    this is great and easy to? follow…

  • blufinanirod 7 years ago

    bow.. bow.. bow..?

  • Karen Lemperle 7 years ago

    Hi Patti, Love? your videos, I just wanted to ask you about your drip system…. I watched all of your videos and I noticed that all of your beds don’t have drip systems. Do you just manually water your beds or do you have drip systems in all of them now? Thanks for all you do!

  • paulaontologist 7 years ago

    @megaunitman can you explain how you can do two acres for only $300? 7,500 ft of drip tape costs $250. That doesn’t include filter(s), primaries? or fittings. You need a lot more than 7,500 ft for 2 acres

  • MegaUnitman Fyou 7 years ago

    You can do two acres for about 300 if you do it? yourself

  • MegaUnitman Fyou 7 years ago

    Yup? cheaper then you think

  • TheyDontSee 7 years ago

    about how much would all this cost? the equipment, I mean. And can? I get all this stuff at Lowes?

  • dayspeace 7 years ago

    this is great. i have been thinking of doing this thing. thanks? you. 🙂

  • Carrie Lewis 7 years ago

    This is excellent, I cannot wait to get started. The only thing I would like to see is a run down of the supplies needed with photos and names, that would really be cool.? I know you went through some of it in the beginning as you attached things to the house line but it would have been good to see what kind of elbows, what they look like up close so I can get what I need on my first trip to home depot. Love it though, just built my beds so can’t wait to build this!

  • CraftyKoo 7 years ago

    I know what you mean, it also seems like in? the editing process they messed around with the tint and saturation. But none the less informative video, best on on drip irrigation I’ve seen so far.

  • ColMajor 7 years ago

    The video operator of this clip needs to take basic course in Lighting 101. Way to much contrast and dark shadows where you need light. You can’t? see clearly what they are doing. You need some artificial light to highlight your subject. Details are lost in shadows. Excellent video but lacking in this important detail.

  • ifind2com 7 years ago

    Thanks for this! took care? of my sprinkler system. I only paid $1399 for the front and back yard. They also sell the Home Depot $39 Install Your sprinklers yourself picture book at

  • CrazFilmz 7 years ago

    were i live we dnt? need it

  • Andreas Agerbo 7 years ago

    1:55 ha-ha he said? nibble…

  • jerry klinger 7 years ago

    I liked your video? very much.

  • miketonon 7 years ago

    I looked into buying one of those hoses that sweats. It had a label on it that said it contains lead, should I be concerned? Is it an irrelivant amount of lead?? Maybe its big agriculture trying to deter people from gardening?

  • YamahaPhyscho 7 years ago

    she reminds me of oprah, wish i could afford a? drip system 🙁

  • halleysmommy 7 years ago

    Am I losing my mind?! I swear I saw this and most of your recently posted videos already! Did you delete and repost them or something?? I’m really confused… lol.

  • 14dollarz 7 years ago

    Thanks a lot for posting this video! I didn’t know how easy this could be and I based my setup off of this and posted a video today of my setup.? Thanks again. Your video’s rock!

  • DripWorks 7 years ago

    All 3 types of timers that you asked about are? available. Dripworks has both battery timers and electric timers. We used to carry a solar timer, but it just wasn’t selling so we had to discontinue it.

  • Praxxus55712 7 years ago

    That is just an insane? amount of raised beds Patti! I want those paving blocks between the beds. Very cool! 🙂

  • Najma Lamsong Rai 7 years ago

    I enjoyed watching it from the start to the? end, very informative and nice nice background music, by the way.
    Learnt a lot in just 8:18 minutes. Thank you.

  • QuickGardens 7 years ago

    Wow, what a great project. How? many days did it take to finish?

  • kbgrowkid420 7 years ago

    great? info..thanks