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Definition of subsurface drainage

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Definition as written by Magpye:

(1) The process of directing excess water away from the root zones of plants by natural or artificial means, such as by using a system of pipes and drains placed below ground surface level.

(2) The water drained away from irrigated farmland. Also referred to as aricultural drainage.


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