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Re: Water usage Pam

This has probably been asked before, but I can't recall if you do or  
not....do you recycle your "gray"water for usage in the garden???   Quite a few 
friends in parts of west Texas have retrofitted their drains for  gray water to go 
out into the gardens, or to save it for later use.  This  saves them quite a 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 7/25/2006 7:28:54 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

One  month pumpkin.  32000 gallons.  100 bucks of that is sewage but  they
don't do irrigation meters here, the  goniffs.

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