There is one thing that every garden requires, WATER. In the desert this is always a challenge especially after the dry monsoon season we had. In this episode we upgrade our irrigation lines and remove the spaghetti mess. #gardenirrigation #desertgarden #ArizonaHomestead #digzgloves New videos weekly so be sure to subscribe and hit the 🛎 so […]

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Here we reveal one of the best garden irrigation techniques know to man. More efficient than soaker hoses, or drip irrigation. Let’s here it for subsurface irrigation. Click here to subscribe to our channel: https://tinyurl.com/y7oe684o Visit our Patreon page to discover special benefits and support our mission: https://www.patreon.com/greendreamproject Please consider purchasing a T-shirt (with original […]

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Hohokum, Irrigation: ancient Indian irrigation patterns in the U.S. Southwest presage modern dams and water distribution for agriculture in the Arizona desert, 1954 Video Rating: / 5

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I am currently running a gofundme campaign to raise tuition funds for the Ecological Landscaper Immersion at the Permaculture Skills Center: https://www.gofundme.com/sendjessetotheeli Re-using the automatic sprinkler timer that was previously installed in the back yard proved to be a little more complicated than it would seem. One of the valves was leaking by and needed […]

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Looking to transform your lot into a lush, urban forest? It’s possible with Arid Plant Designs. Our team of landscape technicians can create an affordable, high-quality, low maintenance landscape that will not only be breathtakingly beautiful, but will increase your home’s value as well. We do it all, from creating perfect landscapes to planting trees, […]

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New irrigation pipe sch40 being installed to replace existing drip system in Sun City Grand Video Rating: / 5 Scenic Drive through Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico. Four Corners. Beautiful United States of America. States Featured are Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. Visit razorxp.com for more Videos.

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Native drought tolerant sod is the way to go when you are looking to install a new lawn. This marathon lawn alternative uses less than 50% of the water than its thirsty cousin and it looks amazing. Sub surface drip irrigation installed underneath the level of the soil further reduces the amount of water used […]

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Got a random constant wet spot on your yard? It’s probably not from the dog. If you’ve converted to desert landscape (killed off your grass) and have wet spots or water pooling in your dirt/sand/yard then you have some leak(s) in your irrigation lines. These leaks are likely coming from a plug where the sprinkler […]

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Xeriscaping is a type of dry landscape design that makes it ideal for desert climates such as Austin, Tx where water supplies are limited. Instead of using the plants found in other areas of the country that require a great deal of water, xeriscaping focuses on using native plants and drought resistant ones that require […]

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For this project I shopped at Home Depot, used 3/4 inch PVC pipe and numerous random fittings, used 2 inch pop up sprinkler heads that are mostly 180 degrees, some are 360 degrees and a couple are 90 degrees. I bought PVC pipe cutters, pvc primer and glue and the brand is Christy’s! None of […]

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water rationing means it has to go further…Desert Rocks, Drip Irrigation and Native Plants Alejandro’s Landscaping JD Deal Videos jddeal@jddeal.com Video Rating: / 5

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