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Different crops have different water requirements with some requiring more water and some less.

One way to reduce the water used per unit of land is to return a part of this land to a warm season permanent perennial grass. This is one of the most water use efficient types of vegetation and had developed naturally in the original ecosystem of the area. This type of management builds soil organic matter, reduces soil erosion due to wind and water, provides cover for wildlife, and can provide income to the producer through grazing by livestock, hay, and grass seed while continuing to provide benefits back to the soil, and natural ecosystem.

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