Manage pressure to save water

Haveruk, Lorne
July 2008
Landscape Trades;Jul2008, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p30
Trade Publication
The author emphasizes the importance of managing pressure to save water used in irrigating landscape. He mentions his observation on the water pressure from an irrigation system used in a sports field in Victoria. The author explains the factors that affect water pressure including gravity and volume. He discusses the application of water pumps in increasing pressure.


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