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Drought Tip: Use of Graywater in Urban Landscapes in California
Drought Tip: Use of Graywater in Urban Landscapes in California
Publication Number: 8536
Copyright Date: 2015
Length: 10 pp.
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-1-60107-932-9
Author: JANET HARTIN, BEN FABER
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If you have thought about using greywater in your landscape, this Drought Tip is for you. Here you'll find a description of graywater, the basics of laundry to landscape systems, and a discussion of the benefits and risks of graywater systems to humans, other animals, soil chemistry, and plants.

You'll learn how greywater systems work, advice on how much greywater can be harvested from your home, and how to estimate the number of plants that can be watered using your system with your available sources of greywater.

Free publication that you can download.

Part of a series of Drought Tips written and produced by the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources under an agreement with the California Department of Water Resources.

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