Water is an important aspect of any veggies garden. Whether you're using coconut coir pellets, containers, growing in ground or in raised beds, it is very important to water the garden.
University of California recommends:
"For vegetables in the summer, we recommend applying about 1 inch of water over the surface area of the garden bed per week. That is equivalent to 0.623 gallons per sq ft."
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To conserve water, add rich compost to your soil.
Layout your vegetable garden so that plants with similar water requirements are grouped together. For example, cucumbers, zucchini, and squash all have similar water needs. Focus on vegetables that produce abundant crops like tomatoes, squash, peppers and eggplants.
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