Selecting plants adapted to individual farm and ranch conditions is an important part of a water management strategy. Consider drought-tolerant varieties for water efficiency. Plants with deep root systems, such as buffalo grass, can stretch to the water table. Rangeland species—cool-season grasses ideal for cool-climate pastures or warm-season plants for hotter zones—can thrive in dry conditions.
Table of Contents
- Smart Water Use: Introduction
- Soil Management
- Plant Management