Absolutely Amazing Agricultural Advice: An Ag Blog

Top Factors That Determine the Choice of Drip Irrigation Lines

Drip irrigation is arguably the most common type of watering solution for newbie farmers. It is easy to install and manage, and the best part is that the system consumes less water. However, farmers must choose the right drip line to enjoy the benefits fully. Unfortunately, most people fail at this point and only realise their mistake once they have set up and used the system for some time. This article highlights factors that affect the type of drip line to choose for your garden.   Read More...

Why a Homeowner Should Never Handle Their Own Well Digging

Digging a well, commonly called bore drilling, can be done on your own with some rented equipment and a bit of patience. However, it's never recommended that homeowners handle their own well digging or bore drilling as the job may be a bit more complicated than you realize. Note why this is and why it's always better to call professionals when you need a well dug on your property. Flushing and over-pumping   Read More...

Benefits of Installing an Electric Fence for Your Livestock Farm

These days, almost every livestock farmer is looking for the best way to contain and protect their animals from predators. If you own a livestock farm, here are a number essential reasons to explain why you should invest in an electric fence for your livestock farm. Prolonged lifespan A considerable amount of physical damage caused to conventional fencing like barbed wire fencing and chain-link fencing can be avoided with electric fencing.   Read More...

Farm Water Testing: Understanding the Primary Analysis Parameters

The water quality in your farm is an important factor to consider and review regularly. This will determine the availability of nutrients in the water for irrigation of your crops. In addition, the quality dictates the suitability of the water for livestock watering and even general domestic usage. You should consider hiring a laboratory for water sampling and testing of your agricultural water sources. The assessment can be performed after specific intervals of time, or you can commission testing if you have concerns about contamination.   Read More...

4 Ways to Desludge Your Water Tank

When you invest in a rainwater tank, you invest in a future of cheaper water bills. How long that future will be will depend on how well you maintain your tank. One of the less frequent cleaning jobs, yet one of the most important, is desludging. This should be done every 2-3 years. However, depending on your environment, it may need to be done yearly. This guide provides you with 4 solutions to a sludge-free rainwater tank.   Read More...