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February 2, 2013 - 5 went

Spring Work Bee - Irrigation

Once the main water line reaches the permaculture garden, it divides into four separate lines. Each line has its own valve, which functions like a door that can be opened or closed, depending on which part of the garden needs water at any given time.

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Added by Sarah
on Mar 24, 2013.
 

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  • Sarah

    Often, valves are electronically wired to a timer that automatically opens and closes them at pre-programmed times. This is the case at the learning garden. The system can also be operated manually as needed.

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