Subirrigation

In agriculture, subirrigation, also known as seepage irrigation, is a method of irrigation where water is delivered to the plant root zone from below the soil surface and absorbed upwards. The excess may be collected for reuse. Subirrigation is used in growing field crops such as tomatoes, peppers, and sugar cane in areas with high water tables su...
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subirrigation

(from the article `horticulture`) ...a number of general methods of land irrigation. In surface irrigation water is distributed over the surface of soil. Sprinkler irrigation is ...
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