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UF/IFAS Research - Irrigation Study

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Published on Sep 28, 2012

A new irrigation study shows that many Florida landscapes may be receiving considerably more water than they need to be visually appealing. Researchers with U-F's Environmental Horticulture, Agronomy and Agricultural and Biological Engineering departments set up established, mixed species landscape test plots with turf-grass and ornamental plants. They then controlled the amount of water the plots received, collected any runoff and monitored their visual appearance. Results showed that established landscapes could maintain good appearance with up to 40-percent less irrigation than recommended levels.

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