Water is a precious resource, so it must be saved as much as possible and used smartly. This way, you will also save money, especially during the summer, when you must water your garden and lawn regularly.
1. Consider watering the garden properly. Make sure the plants and the flowers get enough water, not too much, nor too little, but according to their needs.
2. For water to reach the plants before evaporating, avoid watering the garden during peak hours, on hot summer days.
3. In the case of plants and flowers, you should water them from a small distance from the ground, directly to their roots, using a dripping system or a garden hose with a low water flow. This way the water will not evaporate before it reaches the roots and, on the other hand, specialists recommend avoiding sprinkling the leaves too, because harmful mushrooms develop very quickly on wet leaves and the sun will also affect them in a negative way.
4. Trim your shrubs, trees and lawn regularly to ensure that water is not consumed by unnecessary vegetation. Install a smart irrigation system or use equipment to adjust the water flow, avoiding the uncontrolled waste of this valuable resource and also avoiding overloading your utility bills.
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