SA gardeners may hesitate to use greywater, but it can be a crop saver

2022/06/27 22:15:00

Some people have even found their gardens produce more food after greywater is used, and it repels insects too

Some people have even found their gardens produce more food after greywater is used, and it repels insects too

Some people have even found their gardens produce more food after greywater is used, and it repels insects too

ByTimothy DubeAfter three consecutive dry winters from 2015 to 2017, “Day Zero (https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/partner-content-south-africa-danger-of-running-out-of-water)” — when the taps run dry — loomed large for Cape Town and its surrounds in 2018...

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nationalgeographic.com/science/article/partner-content-south-africa-danger-of-running-out-of-water)” — when the taps run dry — loomed large for Cape Town and its surrounds in 2018. The discussions will have to take into consideration inflation, fuel prices, grocery inflation, and not forgetting the price hike in public transportation that will take place on 1 July.... This article is reserved for Sunday Times subscribers. Already subscribed? Simply sign in below.

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