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Hoe your beds on a regular basis, that way when watering the soil, the water is less likely to evaporate.
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Remember that water is a precious commodity, so when watering you should try to use kitchen, bath or rain water.
Once your vegetables are established in your garden, they should be thoroughly watered once a week.
Remember that new sown lawn needs a lot of watering. So if you have recently sown a lawn, water away!
Put saucers under your terracotta pots, that way, no water will be wasted.
Houseplants should be watered more often now.
Make sure that container plants under eaves or tall evergreens get enough water.
When the last frost has passed it is time to uncover your strawberry beds and water them well.
By digging compost into borders the water retention of the ground improves.
Start watering your house plants once they show signs of growth.
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