Duration: 2 hours
Drainage is an essential part of most garden systems. Without drainage, gardeners must deal with wet soil. Overly wet ground is undesirable because it promotes pests and diseases, reduces oxygen availability to plant roots, increase weed growth, and increases humidity. Stored water can also become stagnant, while the ground itself can become inaccessible. In this course, you'll learn how to improve permeability, lay drains and outlets properly, and more.
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