There are many ways of improving water retention in your soil, from mulching to growing or artificially constructing shade. I feel that a combination of all the diverse methods will give you the best likelihood of keeping water in your soil, but the biggest accepted contributor is increasing the organic content in your soil. I recently […]
Category Archives: Irrigation
With the Water Rhapsody franchise positioned here in Somerset West, the supply of Water Tanks to the Helderberg area (Somerset West, Strand, Gordons Bay and even Stellenbosch) is so much quicker. Place a request for a quote on this website and the franchise owner will contact you with the price, which will include delivery and […]
Several studies conducted by university students have shown that grey water encourages vigorous plant growth, and despite grey water use for periods of up to 20 years, no negative impact on the soil has been detected. The thesis is entitled “DIRECT ON-SITE GREY WATER REUSE – AN ILLICIT OR ILLUSTRIOUS OPTION?” and is written by […]
Watch this inspirational video about a village that banked on its community spirit and hard work ethic to create an oasis in the midst of a desert.
Jeff Barbee, for The Guardian, 23-Dec-2015 Farmer Pieter Kruger stands smiling on a large weir built on a river in the Baviaanskloof area that provides water to South Africa’s fifth largest city. Tall and lean, he looks out over a gathering pool, delighted at the first time it has filled up enough to have […]
Its no surprise that grey water is the subject of much research in water-scarce countries – Israel is no exception. Research detailed below is scientific backing to an approach our grandparents accepted and practiced. Posted on phys.org on 16-Dec-2015 Researchers at the Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have determined […]