History of Irrigation

November 7, 2012

The first people to grow plants had to learn three main tasks: how to concentrate desirable plants into a manageable area; how to prevent weeds from growing there; and how best to encourage the plants to flourish. In short, people learned to plant, weed, and water or drain crops. In the English climate , there is enough natural rainfall to grow staple crops. But in a dry climate, most crop plants need water, and it must be provided by the farmer. Irrigation has been the technology underlying many of the world's greatest civilizations.  But irrigation is not easy. Usually, irrigation schemes require a large investment of money or labor or both. Water supplies must be safe and reliable. In each growing season, water of the rig...

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Irrigation definition

November 7, 2012

Bible Dictionary definition:

As streams were few in Palestine, water was generally stored up in winter in reservoirs, and distributed through gardens in numerous rills, which could easily be turned or diverted by the foot (Deut. 11:10). For purposes of irrigation,...

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The Beginning of Irrigation

November 7, 2012

A look at the beginning of irrigation

The history of irrigation consists of an evolution of very basic systems used centuries ago. While the irrigation systems used then can't be compared to today's sophisticated irrigation systems they fulfilled their simple...

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Advantages of an Automatic Lawn Sprinkler System

November 7, 2012

There are many people who feel the biggest advantage to owning an automatic sprinkler system is the convenience. They do not have to spend their valuable time watering by hand and or moving hoses around their lawn.  Others say that a system extends the life of their lawn ...

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April 6, 2012

Become a new service customer to our company and receive 25% off your next annual start up and your next winterization service.  That's Right!  Lawn Sprinklers ...

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