2. Then place drains spaced apart at 0.25 m and the edge of the stonemason to 0.25 m. 3. It is placed above the aggregate form such that cover the entire pipeline. 4. Then deposit organic matter on top of the aggregate.
5. Lastly he carried out an excavation according to the container I have to collect the drained water. Can also be applied in beds already in operation as follows: 1. make a small trench in the Cantero that reaches below the natural soil. 2. Here is placed the clay and compact it. 3.
Then put the drain and above the arid as already explained and then steps 4 and 5 are the same as already explained above. 4 That water that is recovered is used on plantations more resistant to salts dissolved in water, since this may contribute to production to increase dramatically by 30%. Conclusions in this work is expected to contribute to the saving of this precious liquid, which is water and to give very easy solutions to drainage in the stonemasons, that both affect us vegetables when it rains or when we passed the time of irrigation for some reason; I also hope to encourage all my colleagues to water savings and implement this simple method. We know that if they decide to implement it going to bring many benefits, recovering 30% of water that is watered too much and all the fertilizer plants in the stonemason do not use I can reuse it in other types of plantations of the area more resistant. Recommendations 1. The slope of the drains must match, if possible, the slope topographic terrain, always ensure that the speed of movement within the drain is greater than the allowable minimum by sedimentation and less than the maximum permissible to avoid to work under pressure. 2. Minimum speed = 0.20 0.30 m/s and the maximum speed = 1.0 1.4 m / s. 3. In practice, to ensure a proper functioning of drains, minimum slope values should not be less than 0.2% and 0.1%. Bibliographies 1. N. Luthin, James Teoria and application of agricultural land drainage. 2 Kings, Martha engineering of irrigation Fontova. 3 Poiree, Maurice irrigation. Yudel Milanes Garcia, hydraulic engineer, Professor of the Universidad de Granma, University of Granma, city of Bayamo. e-mail: original author and source of the article