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Watering Advice / Help

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
I have an allotment that has a mains fed water trough on site.

Problem is my plot is a good distance from the trough.

Is there any device out there, hand pump etc that i can attach a hose to, to make watering easier.

There is no electrics on the site

Cheers.
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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[helper]#1
you can get pump attachments for electric drills - so if you have a battery drill you could try that....
#2
You can get pumps that attach to a drill so could possibly use a cordless drill?
#3
If your allotment patch was below the water level you could syphon it.
#4
[helper]#5
or if part of your allotment is on lower ground - put a container there and syphon the water from the trough.....
#6
Do you have a shed at your allotment if so get a water butt, and attach some guttering to you shed & a downspout into your water butt. Then you can use the water in that has collected. May take some while to fill in this weather, but at other times should be fine. Think you can also get some sort of pump/hose to attach to it.
http://www.lbsgardenwarehouse.co.uk/Water-Storage-Equipment-DPTWSTORAGE_pg2/
#7
http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/Waterlifter.jpg
#8
whatsThePoint
go to the job centre and say you'll take on someone doing Community Task Force, might cost you a bit but saves you carrying a bucket all day


lol, it wont cost him a penny as they only get there jsa nothing extra !

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