agricultural drain

agricultural pipe drain

A system of porous or perforated pipes laid in a trench filled with gravel (or the like); used for draining subsoil.
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Physiological stress response in white suckers from agricultural drain waters containing pesticides and selenium.
The documents registered in the Land Titles Office required the owner of Part 1 on Plan 2R-3514 to maintain this agricultural drain. The drainage and grading plan is registered with the land and not with the original developer and if he wishes to claim an adverse impact because of the development of the 4 lot subdivision, it is a private matter between the land owners of lots 1 to 4 of Registered Plan 1755 and him.
comm., cited by Black, 1980) determined that nearly 25% of the diet of adult redbelly tilapias from an agricultural drain at the Salton Sea consisted of unidentified fish and fish eggs.
Some of these saline agricultural drain waters with a specific conductance (a salinity parameter) ranging from 0.4 dS [m.sup.-1] to 68 dS [m.sup.-1] (256 to 43,520 ppm of total dissolved salts) [surveyed by U.S.
Also, it will reduce the pollution of groundwater, water canals, and agricultural drains draining to the River Nile (Rosetta Branch) and Lake Borollos by eliminating discharges of raw sewage and septic tank/cesspit effluents to them.
This volume evaluates the performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands in treating domestic wastewater to the limit that can be safely discharged to agricultural drains, providing guidance on the construction, performance, operation, and maintenance of these wetlands of domestic and municipal wastewaters.
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