Help Your Plants Hang On:
10 Drought-Fighting Tactics

Help Your Plants Hang On:
10 Drought-Fighting Tactics

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Sarah Dobbins
Jul 6, 2012
If you're fighting moderate to severe drought conditions in your yard, you need extra weapons you can add to your arsenal to beat the summer scorch. Whether you're suffering from a mild round of hot, dry days or immersed in a full-blown severe drought situation, your yard (and your water reservoirs!) can benefit from some water-saving solutions for hot, dry conditions. Sunset has put together ten suggestions for reducing the water load in a drought; everything from recognizing root zones to using soaker hoses will help your plants hang on for the next several weeks. Even changing watering habits, such as not using the thumb-in-the-hose method for spraying plants, and watering at certain times of day, can make a difference. Read More: 10 Drought-Fighting Tactics on Sunset MORE HOT WEATHER GARDENING ON APARTMENT THERAPY:My Great Outdoors: My Mom's Drought Tolerant GardenDrought Care: Water Where it Counts5 Inspiring Dought Tolerant Gardens (Image: Sunset)
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