Landscape coefficients prove useful for urban water conservation efforts; New strategies provide important irrigation information, promote water savings
Researchers studied the use of landscape coefficients as a tool in irrigation decision-making and resulting water savings in urban landscapes. They compared landscape crop coefficients by landscape plant treatment and determined if seasonal differences in KL occur within sites. The results showed that the use of a landscape coefficient for irrigating mixed-species landscapes has potential for use in planning regional water usage.
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