- Author: Mimi Enright
This video demonstrates how home and community gardeners can grow a thriving vegetable garden with less water. In addition, this video is complemented by a planting scheme and a drip system instruction and shopping list that reflects the 4x8-foot demonstration vegetable bed in the video.
For people wondering if they can have a food garden with limited available water, the Food Gardening Specialists (FGS) of the UCCE Sonoma Master Gardeners believe that the answer is, “Yes!” All you need to do is to scale planting to your family's likes and needs and to apply water-wise strategies to your vegetable garden. The video, along with helpful water-wise publications, is available for viewing on the SCMG website: Food Gardening with Less Water.
You CAN have a bountiful, water-wise vegetable garden in a drought!/span>