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Drought Advisory: Water Conservation in Gardens and Landscapes

Ray Maleike , Marianne C. Ophardt ,
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Past droughts and threats of droughts in Washington have caused concern about survival of garden and landscape plants. These include many woody trees and shrubs, vegetables, bulbs, and bedding plants. Almost all landscapes in western Washington and all landscapes in eastern and central Washington need summer irrigation every year.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 3
Publication Date: 2001-03-01

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