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(From the August/September Zephyr) Moab: Ground Zero…by Kara Dohrenwend


I grow plants in the desert for planting in yards and in unirrigated revegetation project areas in SE and Central Utah.  Almost every day from February through October I talk with people about how to water plants – how much, how often, and how it really is possible to kill a plant with too much water.

I know The Zephyr is usually not a venue for plant and gardening advice – and don’t worry, this won’t turn into a regular gardening column – but this topic seems relevant to people all over the west right now.   Effective irrigation is relevant to Moab today, with the ground water study finally getting started, and also to areas throughout the West facing drought yet again this year…

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