Garden hoses often develop leaks over time. Rather than throwing the hose out, repair it by cutting out the damaged part and joining the two pieces back together using a repair kit. Watch this video to find out more.
Soaker hoses are easy to install and use in your garden and have several advantages over sprinklers or irrigation systems. They release water very slowly, allowing the water to soak deeply into the soil.Watch this video to find out more.
If water drains (percolates) away from plant roots too quickly, the plants will parch even if they’re getting regular water. And if water doesn’t drain, many plants will drown and rot from the roots up. A perk test is a great way to measure drainage in your lawn or garden soil. Read on to find out how to do an easy, DIY soil drainage perk test in your yard.
Gray water is the waste water from showers, tubs, sinks, and washing machines that usually goes down the drain for processing at a sewage treatment plant. While you wouldn’t want to drink it, when properly treated, gray water can be used to irrigate your lawn, shrubs, and other nonedible plants. Watch this video to find out more.
The Teknor Apex Neverkink Garden Hose uses special NTS Reflex Mesh® technology to prevent the hose from kinking. Neverkink hoses also have anti-microbial protection to prevent mold and mildew from forming on the hose.
The Water Right lead-free water hose claims to be “the finest quality polyurethane garden hose ever made.” Since I’m a person who always ends up in a mud-wrestling match with garden hoses, I decided to try the Water Right hose out and see if it lived up to its claims. Read on to find out more.