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Most new planting needs some form of irrigation. There are several options, the most economic being drip systems where each plant is individually supplied with water. But for lawns and vegetable plots, spray systems need to be used. These can all be fully automated, making watering possible even when you are not at your home.
On properties where there is a well, bore-hole or river, we are able to install the necessary pumping and control mechanisms.
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Left and Below: Sprinkler systems are useful for broadcast watering, such as on this large vegetable patch or on a newly-established lawn.
Below: A Main pipe weaves around a newly-planted garden, with drippers strategically placed at the foot of each plant. The pipes will become hidden as the plants grow. Left: Small pipes with drippers can be fed off a main pipe to irrigate potted plants.
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