The drip line of a tree is the best place to irrigate.
Tree roots have evolved to find water where it is most likely to fall after it rains ( as well as down deep, where underground waterways occur).
Tree drip lines are where the water would fall, if the tree canopy were an umbrella.
You can grow a surprising amount of food in your own yard. Ask me how!
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