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Author(s):McCoy, Ed; Prettyman, Guy
Author Affiliation:School of Natural Resources, OARDC/The Ohio State University
Title:Understanding water hydrology in vacuum assisted drainage
Section:New growth and technology
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Source:OTF Turf News. Vol. 61, No. 6, 1999, p. 6-9.
# of Pages:4
Publishing Information:OH: Ohio Turfgrass Foundation
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Hydrology; Subsurface hydrology; Drainage; Drainage improvement; Drainage system design; Soil water movement; Athletic field design; Permeability; Infiltration; Soil moisture; Soil water relations; Sports turf; Athletic fields; Sports turf construction; Drainage systems
Abstract/Contents:Discusses the "two principal objectives in the [drainage system] design of natural-turf athletic fields" of playability and agronomic concerns. Discusses the three factors of subsurface drainage being soil permeability, water travel distance, and "the driving force acting on water movement." Profiles vacuum-assisted drainage technology and presents two studies on the effectiveness of vacuum-assisted drainage, one using a drain line trench and the other using Advanede pipe. Results indicate that "vacuum assisted drainage does beneficially impact removal and redistribution of water in a soil profile."
Language:English
References:0
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McCoy, E., and G. Prettyman. 1999. Understanding water hydrology in vacuum assisted drainage. OTF Turf News. 61(6):p. 6-9.
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