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What to Know about Boring into Underground Water

19 July 2016
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You may be getting ready to acquire water from an underground source. If so, how do you proceed in a safe manner? Exploring the Aquifer Underground water can be found in what's known as an "aquifer." It's possible to obtain water for your own use for things like irrigation by drilling a hole into the source. The aquifer forms over many decades, as rainwater seeps through different layers of soil and rock and is retained inside specific fractures. Read More …

All is Well: Cleaning a Submersible Well Pump

20 April 2016
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To ensure that your plants and crops get the desired amount of water, it is vital that your sprinkler system functions well. By carrying out regular maintenance you can reduce breakdowns and improve the efficiency of your irrigation system. Below we look at how to clean and maintain a submersible well pump. Turn Off  The first thing you need to do is ensure that the electrical switch that supplies power to the pump is in the off position. Read More …

Getting Pumped: Choosing The Right Pump For Your Rainwater Sprinkler System

29 March 2016
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Collecting rainwater for use with your home sprinkler is a fine way to reduce your water bills and your household's impact on the environment, but figuring out how to shift all that water once you've collected it can be a challenge. Whether you're providing water to a couple of cheap sprinklers on your lawn or an extensive irrigation system for vegetables and crops, you'll need a water tank pump to move water quickly and effectively. Read More …

How You Can Test For Lead In Water At Home

10 March 2016
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If the piping system in your home is made of lead, then there is a good chance that you and your family are consuming lead as you take in water that passes through these pipes. Your children in particular are at a high risk of lead exposure since children tend to consume more water to boost their developing bodies. According to research, around 20% of lead exposure in children is due to waterborne routes. Read More …

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How to Farm Even If You Don't Know How

Growing food is fun, and it's therapeutic to have your hands deep in the dirt. In fact, I love it so much that I decided to sell my house, move to the country and start a farm. Luckily, I have a job that I can telecommute to so I didn't have to worry about turning farming into my main income source right away, but ultimately, that is my goal. Do you want to become a farmer as well? Are you scared because you don't know anything about agriculture? Don't be. There is a lot to learn, but it's super interesting and fun. Start with my blog. My posts are designed to help the beginning farmer.

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