We’re not the only ones enjoying the temperatures coming down across the UK after the past few record-breaking days – our crops and plants will be relieved too!
It feels quite timely to share Geoff’s experiences with their SE1 solar pump on Brimwood Farm in East Anglia, UK. Geoff has been looking for ways to keep up with irrigation across their market farm, that has no running water, with these increasingly ‘volatile’ weather conditions.
Water and rainfall is becoming really more volatile in terms of how much we get and when we get it. And especially here on site where we don’t have access to a well or mains water, I really needed something to help me water the market garden.
The [SE1] pumps are nice and small and they don’t weigh a lot so you can move them around really easily and they’re so simple… it works wonderfully.
A solar irrigation system perfect for any homestead farm, market garden, or even down the allotment… Overall I have to say a really great product from what I think is a super ethical company.Geoff, Brimwood Farm
Have a watch of their video below, where you can see what they are growing (and feeding!) and how they are using their SE1 solar water pump (from 7 and half minutes onwards).
Geoff is using an SE1 solar pump with sprinklers. The pump is drawing water from a pond and across to their market garden. If you have any questions for Geoff please leave a comment on their video or drop us line for anything else!