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Landscape and Turf Management University of Florida at Fort Lauderdale March 18, 1999   Sprinkler Irrigation in the Landscape II Solve problems to have a really good irrigation system Source of water 1. What are the three common sources of water for South Florida landscapes?  Well, surface (pond or canal), municipal treated, and _________. 2. What are the potential problems associated with each source? [Water quality, price, pressurized or not.] 3. A pump provides what two things to an irrigation distribution system? ________________ and ________________ 4. What are the three commonest ways of activating a pump? Manual, pressure sensor, and timer. 5. What are two ways of using a timer to activate a pump? (a) Pump start switch is activated with the initiation of the irrigation cycle. (b) Pump is started and stopped at intervals for each zone; allows for a means  to open and close off zones that originate at a distributor. 6.
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course ORH 4236C taught by Professor Georgefitzpatrick during the Spring '99 term at University of Florida.

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