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supplying dry land with water by means of ditches etc

(medicine) cleaning a wound or body organ by flushing or washing out with water or a medicated solution

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An efficient garden watering system actually uses less water than manual hosing and does a better job promoting plant health," says Sean Lade, Managing Director of Easy Garden Irrigation.
Weidlinger recently collaborated closely with the design team for the Queens Botanical Garden's new administration building in Flushing, New York, to develop a roof canopy structure that would not only provide shade for events, but also collect rainwater for garden irrigation.
She begins the guide with advice on watering techniques, from conserving rainwater to timing of garden irrigation.
But many others happily adapt to a regular garden irrigation regime: coral bells, monkey flowers, wild strawberry, Western columbine, and wild ginger are examples.
Greywater can be used for garden irrigation but reasonable care must be taken as it is contaminated and contains some pathogens that can cause disease.
But top garden irrigation experts Hozelock have come up with the Auto- Reel, which pays out just as much hose as you need, and then rewinds back into the drum.
The general public need to be educated about using their current domestic water supply more efficiently, for example, showers and not baths, fully loaded washing machines and recycling rain water from roof gutters for garden irrigation.
The NuCan is transforming every kind of garden irrigation into an exact operation.
John said: "The house is heated from the earth's core, has a 5000-litre rainwater storage tank for garden irrigation, and grey-water recycling tanks for household use.
The treated water is reused for flushing toilets in the 293-unit apartment building, as well as for rooftop garden irrigation and cooling tower use.
Residents within urban areas of the City and towns are encouraged to rather use groundwater for garden irrigation.