Whether irrigating fruit, vegetables, shrubs or flowers in fields or nurseries and other controlled environments, horticulture has high water requirements.

Good water management is vital to maintain yields, ensure quality, stay ahead of legislation and keep production costs down. This is commonly done by combining mains water use with abstracting, collecting and recycling water. However, these alternatives also generate costs due to storage and treatment needs that should be factored into decision making.

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