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They are spread to new leaf or fruit surfaces by splashing rain or irrigation and wind, and give rise to new lesions.
Hailed as a feat of American ingenuity, the dam provides electricity and irrigation for agriculture in what was once an arid high desert plateau.
But ancient groups who lived in the region built sophisticated irrigation systems that allowed them to conserve precious water and conduct large-scale farming.
Drip irrigation is preferred; water remaining after overhead watering could create favorable conditions for foliar pathogens.
The system was complete with grow lights, timers, irrigation, fertilization and more, the sheriff said.
Much of the $72 million renovation focused on updating the complex’ almost-medieval irrigation and drainage system that had previously resulted in frequent flooding.
Dams have also caused an increase in schistosomiasis in many countries, because snails live in the reservoirs and irrigation channels.
Another big ticket item on Tuesday's agenda is for $488,660 for water storage tanks to be used for irrigation at the sports complex at Cedar Lane in Creswell.
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