dwheeler at teleport.com wrote:
> The hoses provide drips of water mixed with fertilizers at the slow rate of
> three-quarters of a gallon per hour.
> Each poplar requires 12 to 15 gallons of water annually in the early years;
> that figure stretches to 35 to 40 gallons as the trees grow.
Curiosity makes me comment, at the slow rate of 3/4 gallon per hour, the
system delivers the annual requirment in 16 hours. I must assume that
the drip is controlled for dry conditions, and that there is a limited
delivery time scheduled over weeks, or months.
Anyone have more information on drip systems for trees? High value
species plantations (walnut comes to mind) may benefit from such a
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