Aesthetic irrigation requires approval, Georgia decides

Despite a significant drought in much of the American Southeast, gardeners and landscapers have found a way to water their turf. Georgia Urban Agriculture Council’s Outdoor Water Use Registration Program asks lawn lovers and garden gurus to pass a test that proves their knowledge of less water-intensive species and sustainable water use methods. Those certified can irrigate their plants and seeds during specific times and dates, allowing them to cultivate in the face of dry conditions.

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Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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