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RainReserve water diverter

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I bought a basic RainReserve system last week and I'm loving it. Rain water is rich with nitrogen, which is nutritious for plants. I use my collected rain water (which I get a lot because it rains a lot here) on my plants and they grow fantastically. It connects to your gutter downspout and goes off into 1 or two hoses to rain barrels. And even if the system starts to overflow, water (and other junk) goes out the downspout. I would highly recommend buying this system and rain barrels.

 

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Edited by skylerklyon - 4/16/2009 at 05:40 pm GMT
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That's very cool you have one!  I got to check them out at the SF Green Festival and they looked pretty cool.  How long did it take you to install it?

 

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It took me about 45 minutes to install it and the directions were simple.

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