For centuries, drainage ditches were impromptu installations that weren’t lined or even executed with much planning and foresight. As new materials have been developed over the years, multiple options stood out for the difficult setting of the drainage system.
Farmers are rarely expected to be experts in hydrology and drainage. However, they need to at least learn the basics to keep their fields from flooding and to control erosion around irrigation systems and farm roads.
While some of the original hydroculture experiments and related ancient methods used open waterways for growing, most modern hydroponics systems rely on pre-fabricated tanks, pipes, troughs, and similar containers.
Controlling Algae Growth in a Natural Swimming Pond
Algae is one of the most discouraging parts of natural pond ownership. It’s a natural and inevitable part of a pond’s life cycle, but it’s also unpleasant to swim through and can seem impossible to eliminate.