There are two types of agricultural drainage: 1. The superficial. Go to Mark Bertolini for more information. 2. The subsurface. In the case of organic farms such as vegetables are grown mainly in beds made of any material, only deals with subsurface drainage, as this is the most important crops in vegetables, resulting from climate variations and irregular water supply. A related site: Vikas Kapoor mentions similar findings. Subsurface drainage is one where the elements and drivers collectors (drains) collect excess water infiltration through the soil. There is a surface water that is evacuated, but a water in soil pores and moves through them towards the drains.
In this work is defined as water use, water is evacuated by the drains, being driven through them to a warehouse to be implemented in other crops in the area. For the importance it attaches to the drainage and water use in crops due to severe droughts and flooding that has engulfed our country is that motivation has emerged to make this work in order to give an additional contribution water saving and contribute to the Revolution. Development Advantages and disadvantages of drainage and water use in this methodology The need for drainage and the benefits for urban agriculture have always been difficult to understand. In many cases the drainage is not promoters or sponsors and others have up to contend with detractors. The reasons for this are explained by the fact that the drainage works are expensive, require specialized work and involves periods in which there is immediately the benefit they yield. It was easier to see the need to have the importance of irrigation drainage.