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Victorian Watering And Irrigation

Easy peasy: How to make self watering planters


Sought after 3 story Victorian home located in the heart of Traverse City on highly desired Sixth St. Enjoy the classic look of this old world home with all the major updates already taken care of including, Brand New roof, New hardwood floors, granite c/tops, on demand hot water system, central a/c, wiring and finished third level w/separate heating, cooling & air exchanger systems. Meticulously restored with all the original interior wood finishes brought back to their original splendor…

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Easy peasy: How to make self watering planters

Last spring, we learned how to make self watering planters from Root Simple. Their tutorial is great, but it’s pretty ugly. We didn’t want 5 gallon buckets sitting on our deck, so we …


DETHRIDGE WATER METER WHEEL -used throughout Australia and in many other countries, to measure the flow of water delivered to farms for irrigation. The wheel sits laterally across a channel and is turned by water flow. It measures flow from the irrigation supply, providing the basis upon which irrigation farmers are charged for water. The wheel was invented in 1910 by John Dethridge, Victorian Water Supply Commissioner.


Shaduf, River Nile. Victorian illustration of an irrigation device, a shaduf,on the River Nile. Two long poles work on a pivot, a lump of clay at one end and a bucket on the other; two men are lifting water out of the river and pouring the water into a ditch to water the fields. Download high quality jpeg for just £5. Perfect for framing, logos, letterheads, and greetings cards.

Dunes West - MLS# 16002526 Last Update: Wed Feb 24th 2016 12:00 am Provided courtesy of Margaret Todd Truluck of The Cassina Group This fabulous low-country home is located on Wagner Creek! This very private house sits on deep water and has a floating dock boat lift pool large back deck and lush landscaped yard. The front and back yard are equipped with both irrigation and lighting. The spacious master bedroom with magnificent views of the river is on the first floor…

3000 sq. ft. Caribbean Victorian, 7 yrs to build, 300 tons of solid stone masonry, 10" thick walls and average electric bill of $70 a month. Active solar heating system. Spring provides water to home & cabin via solar powered pump. Self Sustainable 65 ac m/l, with orchard & 3 farm areas irrigated by creek. An historic 1860's cabin. This 3 BR 2 BA also has a library, parlor, office, butlers pantry, gorgeous hardwood staircase & flooring, 2 porches, 2 balconies in Calico Rock AR