Watering Cans and their Functions
First, let's understand what watering can consist of. We will talk about the function of each component and the method of irrigation. While this article may be redundant for the "seasoned" gardening expert, it will certainly be useful for the beginner. You will learn more about What will Constitute Watering Can by Bubgo's article.
A. What does a sprinkler consist of?
The first part is the foundation: The foundation consists of three parts, as shown in the picture.
1. the water tank - this is the part of the showerhead that holds the water
2. Handle - This makes the watering can easier to carry and easier to irrigate.
3. Long tube - The tube that helps the water flow out of the tank.
The second part of the watering can is the spout, as shown in the picture.
B. What is the method of watering?
1. No spout under the roots. This is usually done when you water the soil heavily. Note that if the hole at the end of the pole is large and the soil near the roots is easily washed away, then you will need to soak the plant but not deepen it (if not needed).
2. Use a spout under the roots - this type of watering is usually not very abundant. It's much gentler on the plants and doesn't wash away the soil.
3. with a spout, sprinkling - Sprinkling or foliar spraying and pest control can be done in combination with a spout. Therefore, sprinklers are very useful.
4. Without sprinklers, the sprinkling procedure is not the same as spraying water, but rather a rather large drop of water that is sprinkled on the large leaves to cool them down.
In short, even simple watering can become very useful if you think things through and use it wisely.
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