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Rainwater Catchment from a High Tunnel for Irrigation Use

Linda Naeve , Shawn Shouse

Make high tunnels more profitable for crop production by installing a system to catch, store, and reuse the rainwater from periodic rain events. The authors describe system components, give approximate costs, and detail year-round maintenance procedures. Also described is a drip irrigation system.

Pages / Length: 7
Publication Date: 01/2012
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