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After having installed several PVC-based irrigation systems in my Utah yards, there had to be a better way. There is, and I found it. This article describes a nearly painless way - using a tool that I invented - to install black poly irrigation pipe with little impact to the lawn or gardens. It's been an incredible sweat/labor-saver for me.
Mar 2, 2015 7:14 PM CST
there's a bit of hyperbole there, but I do kind of resemble that
That fence-post-handle shovel is my favorite because I haven't broken it yet trying to pry some evil hunk of concrete out of a hole! (I probably left it lying around somewhere obscure in the fall frenzy)
Fabulous invention--the mini-trencher! Whole lot less trauma and drama revamping the irrigation now...when someone puts a garden in the middle of the lawn that doesn't need or want to be watered like the lawn
Mar 2, 2015 7:22 PM CST
|No very much hyperbole at all...tho I do have the rescue trailer at the ready for your spring purchases. |
Are we going to need to rent a sod cutter again this year? I'm thinking we're going to get a loyalty discount from the rental place.
This is fun: The thread "Asa's former lawn...or (better) Dirt's current gardens" in Garden Photos forum
I update this sometimes: https://garden.org/blogs/view/...
Mar 2, 2015 7:31 PM CST
|ha! no, this year I was kind of thinking of going after the Ailanthus thicket so no sod cutter involved but we will still likely get our loyalty discount...|
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