Author: Peter Duncanson Date: Feb 4, 2007 13:15
On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 10:51:29 +0000, "Pete ‹(•¿•)›"
>Many of us could live quite happily off the produce from an
>average size garden, if we had to. In fact some of our dearly departed
>even lived in mud huts!
Is this garden self-sufficient in water?
Does it have a well? Does it have sufficent rainfall? Does it have
sufficient storage capacity to provide a daily supply adequate for
the needs of the people, animals and plants on every day of the year
regardless of season and weather?
Alternatively is there access to a shared water source - a river or
well perhaps - that provides a reliable all-year-round supply?
If not, the people, animals and plants are likely to be "stuffed"
Peter Duncanson, UK