Many Such Arrangements Of Boxes Perforated Cans Pieces Of Tile Etc





have been proposed during the last fifty years in California for

accomplishing the purposes which are mentioned in your letter, and all

such devices have been abandoned as undesirable. They may bring the

water to bear upon a lower level as intended, but the free access of air

and the fact that, with their use, proper stirring of the soil is

neglected renders them undesirable. The best way to water young trees

singly is to make a trench around tree, but not allowing the water to

touch the bark, applying the water and then thoroughly hoe when the

surface soil comes into proper condition. Young trees treated in this

way, with the surface always in good condition, do not require much

water. The amount depends, of course, upon whether the soil is naturally

porous or retentive.





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