How You Can Replace The Broken Head Of Your Lawn Sprinkler System

Your lawn is probably one of the areas in your home that experiences high foot traffic and because of that, an underground sprinkler system is always prone to damages. The head of the sprinkler is one of the parts that can get broken easily and if the damage goes undetected for a long time, water may leak through the sprinkler head and you will end up paying more money on your water bills. Fortunately, though, a broken head is easy to spot; look for a cracked plastic casing on the sprinkler head or look for a head that has broken…
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Considerations When Purchasing Water Tank Pumps for Your Farm

Water tank pumps, commonly referred to as pressure pumps, are pertinent if you would like to distribute water easily and conveniently across your farm. The pump works toward pushing out pressurised water thus making the water available at the different tap points located on your land. Before purchasing a pump though, you need to know how best it can meet your needs. Here are some of the considerations when purchasing water tank pumps for your farm. Consider the pressure of the water tank pump In general, water pressure is denoted in litres per minute (LPM). If you were using the…
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The role of constructed wetlands in Australia.

Much of the land mass of Australia is quite arid, meaning that the surface water flow is on the lower side of the scale. The industrial age has, however, seen the ever continuing growth of vast metropolitan areas like Melbourne that have encroached on natural water catchment areas that have numerous advantages both in waste treatment and agriculture. Waste treatment and agriculture intersect in various ways. The livestock and crops grown as part of agricultural practice need clean water so as to flourish and be profitable to the farmers, as well as provide healthy food to the populace of Australia….
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The Importance Of Testing Irrigated Water For Agricultural Land

Irrigation — simply put — is the artificial addition of water to land that is used to grow crops. It can be used to balance out dry soil in areas that have little natural rainfall or it can be used by farmers and landowners to help maximise their actual yield. Irrigated water is not simply pure water — in most cases, it will actually have a pH level as well. As many plants need particular nutrients to flourish, understanding what is in the water that is used to feed them is critical to a successful crop. This article examines the…
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