Preparing the Soil for Planting a Lawn and a Garden
The emphasis below will be on lawns, which require special attention, but the recommendations apply equally well to the rest of the garden.
Updated version of an article published in Gan VeNof, June 1983
Preparing the Soil for Planting a Lawn and a Garden Part – 2
The Kibbutz Landscape in Arid Zones
This paper reports the preliminary stage of
a research project on the roie of landscaping
with ieference to human needs, the central
premis´e being a correlation between the character
of the vegetation and the phase of its
appearance in a settlement
Managing tree roots for minimal damage during pipe/cable laying.
In gardens as well as parks it is often necessary to dig trenches in order to install or repair underground infrastructure (water, electricity, sewage etc.).
Seasonal changes in grass cutting height, collection of clippings and fallen lea
Seasonal changes in grass cutting height, collection of clippings and fallen leaves.
An observation on the importance of mulch in water conservation /wetting front
Mulch is widely known to be beneficial in the garden: it helps conserve water, reduces weeds, protects against temperature extremes, stops the formation of soil crusts1 and helps improve the soil.
Sprinkler or drip irrigation for shrubs
The purpose of this type of irrigation (drip or sprinkler) is to supply water to the required area without loss to areas outside the desired irrigation zone.
Effective rooting depth and water use of lawn grasses, shrubs and trees.
The dangers of turning local plants into invasive species/weeds in the Negev
Problems of root curling in nursery pots
If seedlings are allowed to continue growing in their pots for too long root binding will occur. This happens when growing, elongating roots meet the walls of their container and cannot grow out or down any further
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