Mr McGregor - Monday, June 13, 2011
Rain water is great for the garden but during dry periods you will have to make sure you keep your garden well watered as water stress can quickly affect the health of your plants making them more susceptible to attacks by insect pests and diseases. Knowing when your garden needs watering can be a bit of an art, but generally if the top 15 -30mm of soil is dry then it is time to water. Avoid watering in the heat of the day. Early morning is ideal or in the evening. However, if you find a life or death situation then midday watering is better than having plants die. The McGregor’s range of watering products has a great selection of sprinklers, watering guns and wands to make watering your garden easier.
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