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Though this technology has been around for many years, a more recent development on the Texas High Plains has been the introduction of sub-surface drip Irrigation systems. These systems are the most efficient, however require a different management style and skill as opposed to the Center Pivot systems since water can not be seen during application.

In this photo you can see the air relief vents and flush valves at the end of a drip irrigation zone. These vents allow the release of air from the system and the valves allow for flushing of dirt and debris from the system for maintenance.

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