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Rotary sprinklers to water, cat food cans to gauge rainfall

by Mike Abrama
(Phoenix, AZ)

I use drip system rotary micro-sprinklers to water tomatoes. The sprinklers are buried so the heads are 1 1/2 inches above the ground to prevent the leaves from getting wet. I also bury small cat food cans so the tops are level with the soil. The cans make for handy watering gauges.

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