Growing produce, especially in commercial amounts, requires a great deal of clean water. Not only must you keep your crop watered, you will need to use water during the harvesting process. Contaminants and pathogens can be spread via water, so you have to be careful about where you get your water. There are three main sources of water: surface water, well water, and municipal water. Surface water has the greatest risk for contaminating your produce while municipal water carries the least risk.
If you own your own golf course, you most likely want to retain existing and encourage new players to use your course by providing them with enjoyable grounds to use for their pleasure. Increasing the attractiveness and comfort of your tee-off areas is one way you can succeed in this endeavor. Here are some wooden amenities you can add to each hole in an attempt to keep players coming back to your course time and time again.