W E Wahtoke





Water at twelve feet from the surface is desirable, and water at that

point will be indefinitely desirable for the growing of fruit trees. Of

course, conditions would change rapidly as standing water might approach

more nearly to the surface, a condition which has to be carefully

guarded against in irrigation. But it can come nearer than twelve feet

without danger.





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