Jedd Rashbrooke wrote:
You say that you have lots of water twice a year - do you mean a couple of single events, or over a period of several weeks?
I ask because placement is important, especially if you want to run irrigation from the tank using gravity. Solar-pumps obviously don't work while it's raining, but if you've got battery capacity to move water uphill, I'd recommend putting whatever tanks you've got as high up your property as possible, particularly if you end up with a single large concrete tank. It just opens up your options later.
Peter VanDerWal wrote:
With your idea, if the pumps fail during rainfall then you won't collect any water, and you can't use water you don't have.
Jedd Rashbrooke wrote:You say that you have lots of water twice a year - do you mean a couple of single events, or over a period of several weeks?
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