Container Gardening: Drip Irrigation

Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl, installs a drip irrigation system from www.dripworksusa.com in her container garden. Save, Water, Time and the Planet. SUBSCRIPE TO MY FREE MAGAZINE visitor.constantcontact.com
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  1. OpenComments says:

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  2. ziggieization says:

    I GIVE YOU GREEN THUMBS UP!!!……….

  3. paydirt1968 says:

    Hey gardengirl!Gave me some good ideas for drip irrigatin,thanks
    o

  4. AlOlmstead says:

    This is a wonderful guide for people who are already rich enough to invest hundreds of dollars in special equipment so that they can get richer. Now, for the rest of us, use (1) a faucet-to-garden hose adapter, (2) an in-line filter, (3) 1/4-inch poly tubing and various connectors leading to 1/2 gallon-per-hour, pressure-equaling emitters. When they get clogged up, just throw them out and install new ones for pennies.

  5. lorrainekbr says:

    This is great! I have a patio that gets blasted by the sun and I was looking for some solutions to keeping everything from drying out. This looks pretty easy to do. I’m looking forward to getting it going for some vegetables this summer. Thanks for posting!

  6. GoldenEars69 says:

    Don’t forget to install a check valve (anti-reverse-flow vale) when using fertiliser injection. It could be unpleasant if the ferts were sucked back into the main household water system, as can happen in certain circumstances. It’s a legal requirement in some places.

  7. HisWordIs says:

    Your video production is awesome!

  8. OpenComments says:

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  10. runetamers7 says:

    is that spagetti tubing? you might wanna have extra cuz i heard that spagetti tubes dont work too well. they get leaks easily and stuff. but the people who say that dont have patio gardens so it might work really well 4 you. anyway good luck!

  11. OpenComments says:

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  12. darkroomsferin says:

    You might think about editing the intro. Too long and unrelated visuals. Would also love to have that extra time to see the individual irrigation spigots at they are discussed and not just at the end. Thanks!

  13. gotalentguy says:

    This is really cool stuff, I’ve always wondered if there was a way that we could grow our own food is a fairly easy manner. You’ve got great ideas! Great recording!! Thanks!

  14. youarethedeal says:

    another good one Patti. im learning so much from the vids

  15. swc64844 says:

    Great job and the host is nice too:). But somebody put some info where to get all this stuff

  16. dankai says:

    This information is GOLDEN. With the rising cost of living, this video explains how to save money in the grocery department for people that have limited space for gardening/growing their own food. Wonderful job Patti.
    -Dan

  17. tonkn66 says:

    Very helpful.

  18. sweetie452533 says:

    Hi, really enjoyed your video, looking forward to seeing many more.( stay green) And
    Thanks for the invite!

  19. ResidentG33k says:

    haha “how do i grow herbs in small spaces” Grow some bud!! LOL

  20. up157j says:

    I love your videos. I especially like this one. Thank you for sharing this.
    One
    Lyonezz

  21. 50poppop says:

    Good video ,somethings left unknown would have been nice . Pressure restrictions ,siphon back into source possible ??

  22. Kettlebull says:

    Where did you get the timer, valves and the miracle punch from>>

  23. nkey01 says:

    just let the video fully upload before you start to watch. no need to start and stop.

    great video by the way

  24. charlestutt says:

    I have slow DSL and the frequent pauses in your video makes it almost unbearable for me to watch.

    I do like and appreciate your videos. May I suggest that you research tuning your videos for a slower internet? I doubt your quality would be degraded that much and you would gain a much larger following.

    Charles

  25. midsouthgardener says:

    Great info. I think I’ll try drip irrigation myself!

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