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Drip Irrigation & Rainwater Harvesting
Drip Irrigation & Rainwater Harvesting

Compared to conventional sprinkler systems, drip irrigation delivers water directly to plant roots, maintaining optimum soil moisture, reducing fungal diseases and resulting in less water lost to evaporation, runoff and wind. This free, water-wise class, demonstrates how to install your own drip irrigation system, adapt existing sprinklers and set up a rain barrel to conserve water in the home landscape.  

Summer 2016 Class schedule will be posted March 15, 2016.

1 Class -- 2 Topics -- 3 Dates
  • Class size is limited. 
  • Each registration reserves one seat only. Submit a separate registration for each person attending. 
  • Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m.; Class runs 9 a.m. to noon.
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Topics and Speakers 
  • Hands-on, DIY Drip Irrigation Made Easy! Learn the basics and how to adapt an existing sprinkler head or hose bib to drip irrigation with Jim Bundscho, Irrigation Specialist, Montgomery County Master Gardener. 
  • Rainwater Harvesting for the Home Landscape! Learn how to build your own rain barrel from recycled materials with Mike Mendeck, Rainwater Harvesting Specialist, Montgomery County Master Gardener. 
  • Door prize: Rain Barrel
A free program of The Woodlands Township sponsored by Montgomery County Master Gardener Association and Woodlands Joint Powers Agency.

For more information, please call 281-210-3800. 

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