Column: Consider water needs when growing trees in the garden

03/27/2012 | Odessa American (Texas)

Trees that require frequent watering in the garden might need to be removed to distribute water evenly to those that can survive with less irrigation, retired horticulturist Deborah Benge-Frost writes. Trees with low water use could be irrigated once a month, but the water should be distributed at its drip line to allow moisture to be absorbed by the roots, Benge-Frost advises.

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