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Agricultural Land Drainage Systems

Figure 8. Note 1 below. The picture is a condition of the land that is inundated or in other words land with poor drainage system. Land with poor drainage or flooded, generally can not be used as land to grow crops other than rice. Because the plants will die, where will the plant can not get oxygen for root respiration ...

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Drainage Channel Planning

Drainage field (field drainage) is a system that receives more direct water from agricultural land and distribute it to the main drainage systems that remove water from the area of agricultural land. The main drainage system should provide an outlet that is free and reliable for water discharge from the drainage field. In an underground drainage system can distinguish three ...

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Measurement Accuracy Tree Trunk

When measuring the diameter or circumference is not infrequent errors. A frequent mistake is in the location of the measurement, among others: (A) Putting a tool or when aiming (optical instrument). (B) The reading of the scale (unit of measure). The use of tools in the right way with adequate skills automatically constitute a correction. Similarly, when the scale reading ...

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Drainage System Requirements

To design a drainage system, which should be known is the amount of water that must be removed from the land in a certain period of time, this is done to avoid a rise in surface water. Discard the excess water in the soil has two benefits: (1) prevent puddles on land (2) remove water from the root zone, so ...

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Types of Drainage

Drainage is the process of disposal of excess water from the surface and subsurface soil, the drainage can be divided into two types, namely (1) surface drainage and (2) subsurface drainage. Surface drainage is the drainage of the land surface, while the subsurface drainage is the disposal or the ground water level control to optimal to increase crop production. Surface ...

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Water Needs by Each Plant

Each type of plant has a water level that berdeda vary. Based on this, the type of cultivated plants should be arranged so that water needs can be met. The types of plants that are cultivated are: a. Rice plants Rice is a crop that requires a lot of water during growth. Estimated water requirements for rice is 4 times ...

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