Tag: low flow

Low-flow irrigation systems, called low volume irrigation or microirrigation, is an irrigation method that operates under a lower water pressure than standard service systems, with a “lower-flow” resulting when combined with water delivery components manufactured for this application. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops and orchards; in the horticulture industry at wholesale nursery growing grounds; in the landscape industry for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens; and in the restoration ecology and environmental remediation sciences and professional methods.

Retaining Walls to Change Land Surfaces

Retaining Walls to Change Land Surfaces

Retaining walls have become the modern-day structures of choice for us to manipulate the surfaces on which we choose to build our lives. From creating more buildable space on a site, to helping stabilize bridges, they are ubiquitous workhorses that are often easily overlooked. But sometimes they take their inspiration

Changing Land Surfaces With Retaining Walls

Changing Land Surfaces With Retaining Walls

Retaining walls have become the modern-day structures of choice for us to manipulate the surfaces on which we choose to build our lives. From creating more buildable space on a site, to helping stabilize bridges, they are ubiquitous workhorses that are often easily overlooked. But sometimes they take their inspiration

Channel Stabilization and Repair

Channel Stabilization and Repair

The case studies in this article focus on channel stabilization and erosion control along streambanks and other waterways. Channel stabilization and repair usually calls for the use of a channel lining. These safeguards fall into two major categories—soft and hard.

Soft armor, also referred to as flexible or green techniques, consist

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

The marketplace for products and services that address building energy efficiency is growing rapidly, and that means economic benefits for businesses and institutions. From the building’s entrance, to the roof and the space inside, there’s a wide spectrum of technologies available. We could talk about HVAC, lighting, water efficiency, water

How Water Is Treated in the Holy Land – Water Efficiency

How Water Is Treated in the Holy Land – Water Efficiency

“Israel today has more water than it needs. It’s gone from drought to water surplus in just a few years, impressive anywhere, but especially in the arid Middle East, one of the driest regions in the world.” I was directed to this commentary through the LinkedIn group for the American

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