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About Backyard FarmingProfile: Wasatch Community GardensHow Does Your Garden Grow? Garden UpkeepRainwater Harvesting SystemIrrigation StrategiesGarden CartCompost BoxVermiculture BinRaised Beds 101Easy Plank Raised BedsStacked Lumber Raised BedsVertical Integration Gardening VerticallyProfile: Kyle LaMalfaPotato PlanterTiered Lettuce RackWall of TomatoesBean LeanerSquash RampGrapevine LadderPea TrellisOpen Season Growing Season ExtendersProfile: Lynsey GammonGreenhouseCold FrameWire Mesh ClochePVC ClocheCreature Comforts Dwellings for Your Backyard FriendsProfile: Kevin and CeliaTop Bar Bee HiveRabbit HutchIndex
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Irrigation StrategiesFind the Best System for Your GardenDepending on where you live and what you're trying to grow, you might just get lucky and find a vegetable that doesn't require much in the way of water. It sure would be nice if we could just let nature take its course and effortlessly enjoy a nice harvest! However, most of us will need to put some time and energy into watering our crops if we're going to have results to be excited about. In our region - my family lives in Salt Lake City - we get almost no rain during the summer, so irrigation is a pretty hot topic around here.