Watering Perennials on a Drip System - Knowledgebase Question

Denver, CO
Question by cdoering
May 10, 1999
I have added some perennials to my garden. They are set on a drip system. Each plant is in its own plastic container and then lowered into the ground and each plant has its own feed watering tube. The system is set to come on for 10 minutes per day. The system will water each plant at a rate of 1/2 gallon 1 gallon or 2 gallon per hour. Could you please advise me on how much water I should be giving each plant per day?

by Drought Resistant Plant
Drought Tollerant Plant
Moist, Well Drained Plant
and Tender Moist Plants - Like Begonia and Primrose.


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Answer from NGA
May 10, 1999

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sitting in wet soil. I hope this information helps you. Drig irrigation works well once you determine a few other factors. Good luck!
sitting in wet soil. I hope this information helps you. Drig irrigation works well once you determine a few other factors. Good luck!

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