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5 Ways to Conserve
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Minimize or eliminate fertilizer.
Fertilizer encourages thirsty new growth, causing your landscape to require additional water.


Use mulch to save water and improve soil health.
In addition to making landscapes attractive, mulch helps reduce evaporation, which allows soil to retain water longer and means plants require less frequent watering.
Go native or choose plants that need less water.
Once established, native and low water-using plants require little water beyond normal rainfall
Don't use the toilet as a wastebasket
Save a gallon or more per flush for ultra-low flush toilets (plus it keeps your sewer bill lower)
Follow local and state issued drought restrictions.
Drought water restrictions are in place to safeguard water supplies. By implementing smart watering habits, you’re less likely be affected by restrictions

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