The small water cycle is precipitation from local evapo-transpiration and accounts for between 30% and 60% of rainfall. It typically falls between one and 15 kilometres from where it evaporates and causes fog, light winter rain and summer thunderstorms.
Understanding and effectively managing the small water cycle can have significant benefits for farms. It promotes increased rainfall, enhances infiltration, and allows for longer water storage in the soil, all of which directly benefit plant growth.
In fact, regenerative agriculture, conservation agriculture, and biodynamics all embrace methods that work in harmony with the small water cycle, aiming to optimize water usage and encourage its natural return.
Join us for an informative session dedicated to exploring the intricacies of the small water cycle and its practical application in agricultural settings. Discover how you can leverage this essential water system to improve water management and enhance the overall productivity of your farm.
Register now to secure your spot and embark on a journey towards sustainable and efficient water management.
Link for registration: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Bu4rhpx4QoiNXEzY97nkBA