Preventing Runoff with Cycle and Soak Irrigation

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
November 10, 2022
Price
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Overview

Runoff from landscape irrigation systems is a major source of water loss in Texas. Runoff is most common in compacted and clay soils, and on slopes, but it may occur on any soil if the irrigation system is run too long or if it applies water faster than it can infiltrate into the soil. The best approach to landscape watering is deep and infrequent. (4 pages)

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