How to irrigate without wasting water

To reduce waste when watering lawns and plants, aim for the water to reach about 12 inches deep, writes Tom Heald, managing partner of Wyoming Plant. Most roots only grow to that point because there is less oxygen deeper in the ground. To determine the ideal amount of time for watering, measure the moisture penetration in the soil until it reaches that depth, Heald advises.

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