Definition of Subirrigates
1. subirrigate [v] - See also: subirrigate
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Literary usage of Subirrigates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Irrigation Experiments and Investigations in Western Oregon by Arthur P. Stover (1910)
"It takes water readily and subirrigates for long distances, making it an easy soil to irrigate. On the farm of Mr. NH Campbell, which adjoins the Bagley ..."
2. Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the by Board of Indian Commissioners, United States (1902)
"... toward the river bottom, and "ultimately the seepage subirrigates and finally destroys the lower farms by making them marshy or bringing up the alkali. ..."
3. Irrigation in the Sacramento Valley, California by Samuel Fortier (1909)
"PD Bane holds 66 acres of bearing almond trees on the banks of Stony Creek. The land is a rich loam and subirrigates well during the first ..."