Questions and Answers About Drainage Water Recycling for the Midwest
WHAT IS DRAINAGE WATER RECYCLING?
Drainage water recycling is the practice of capturing excess water drained from fields, storing the drained water in a pond, a reservoir, or a drainage ditch, and using the stored water to irrigate crops when there is a water deficit. Relative to conventional drainage, drainage water recycling has two major benefits: (1) increased crop yield and (2) improved downstream water quality.
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