John Polk wrote:A general rule of thumb is that most annual vegetables need the equivalent of 1" of rain per week.
If you rig drip irrigation, you only need to water the individual plants, not the entire garden space.
A good layer of mulch will minimize evaporation.
Never water during the heat of the day.
One deep watering is more beneficial than multiple light waterings.
Ken Peavey wrote:
Raise fish for food. They poop in the water, a portion of the water needs to be changed each day, run that nutrient rich water to the crops.