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Developing a Water Smart Landscape B 1073-1

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Gary L. Wade, Extension Horticulturist - Horticulture

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Published on Feb 1, 2011.

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Any landscape, whether newly installed or well established, can be made more water efficient by implementing one or more of the seven practices. It is not necessary to totally redesign the landscape to save water. Significant water savings can be realized simply by modifying the watering schedule, learning how and when to water, using the most efficient watering methods, and learning about the different water needs of plants in the landscape.

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