Turn your traditional lawn into a water efficient garden with healthy soil using this sheet mulching guide.
Netafim’s new series of 17mm and 12mm Techline® EZ driplines are available now!
Want to know how small a garden pond can be? Here is a quick example complete with part costs!
Use this PDF as an example of how to properly set up a drip emitter line system.
Want to plan your own irrigation system for your home garden but don’t know where to start? Learn the essentials of irrigation design using this simple PDF. Be sure to plot your own garden dimensions on the blank graph sheet available.
This coastal dry-season monthly schedule creates the ideal environment for maintaining healthy plants while eliminating waste and pollution from runoff.
If you are replacing or putting in a new lawn or perennial bed, subsurface drip irrigation has many advantages over
sprinklers in certain situations and may be right for your needs.
No matter what you plant you should water it well. What you plant determines how often you water it. Good
irrigation and native or drought-tolerant planting go hand-in-hand and both can save water.
This is an introduction on how to replace lawns with a California meadow and natives. A meadow is a softer
look that gives a more interesting transition between hardscape and house. It can also save you water,
fertilizer, and work. Follow these basic steps to help make this project run more smoothly.
The San Francisco Graywater Design Manual for Outdoor Irrigation is an educational resource for homeowners and professionals who want to install residential graywater systems for subsurface outdoor irrigation. In this guide, you’ll learn about the benefits of graywater, when and where to use it, when not to use it, permitting requirements, what products to use, and suggested plants to irrigate.The guide provides suggested methods for designing and installing a laundry-to-landscape system and a basic overview of the design and installation of branched-drain and pumped systems. Developed by Laura Allen and the SFPUC.