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Water Quality Management For the Irrigation Resources in Your District

Maintain Functional Waterbodies to Keep Water Flowing

irrigation-water-quality-management.jpgIt's vital that irrigation water resources such as lakes, ponds, ditches, canals and reservoirs remain ecologically balanced so that healthy water can flow unimpeded to the agricultural sites and communities that need it. Our team of environmental experts and water quality management professionals are here to help you keep your district's irrigation resources free of nuisance aquatic weeds, algae and other common water quality problems. To thoroughly explore sustainable approaches to irrigation waterbody management, you may want to consider a Deep Dive with water resource professionals.

"Logan Cowan has for the last year or so been the person I work with. I could not be more pleased with his work. He works hard, is always on time, he calls and keeps me informed, he explains the pros and cons of treatment alternatives, etc. I could go on. Bottom line – this young man is an asset to your company. Keep him and promote him. Thank you for all you do for me."
Billy Payne 
 Navasota, TX

How do you best provide your district with irrigation water?

From water quality testinginvasive species management and algae control to the development and implementation of an integrated pest management plan you must have a suite of solutions that provide you with many options for balance and long term sustainability.

SOLitude Lake Management has the Depth Of Expertise to provide those sustainable solutions you need.

Manage your district's irrigation water resources properly and efficiently.

The water quality of your irrigation resources plays a key role in the success and well-being of your community. How can you best ensure that the most sustainable and efficient solutions are implemented? The farmers and residents of your district are counting on you to provide them with safe, flowing irrigation water, so it is critical that reservoirs, lakes and canals are properly maintained. Consider some more proactive approaches to your management strategy:

      • Revamp your water quality testing and monitoring program. Identify the specific invasive aquatic plants or algal species that are the root cause of your problem, and develop treatment strategies specific to the control and ultimately the prevention of these species. 

      • Perform bathymetric evaluations to better understand your waterbody, better understand the location and volume of the issues, and treat more accurately and cost effectively.

      • Performing routine maintenance. This will help you avoid the exorbitant costs of repairing a waterbody that's been neglected. With so many reservoirs, ditches and canals, after a site is constructed, they are left to age with no thought of proper maintenance.

If you don't currently have a plan in place, it's difficult to know where to begin. Even for those who do, how often do you evaluate its effectiveness and explore the new products and technologies available. When systems that are integral to your district's irrigation water resources are failing, it is important to act quickly and intelligently. Get ahead of the curve and develop a proactive routine management program with the experts at SOLitude and you'll be on your way to establishing well-maintained waterbodies that consistently deliver irrigation water to the community and other stakeholders who depend on it.

The science of irrigation water management.

Irrigation Water Canal Before and AfterSound science and regulatory compliance are both essential components of any management plan. We have the professionals that will take care of all of it for you: from water quality testing and monitoring, toxic algae and aquatic weed prevention and control, nutrient management, water quality restoration, routine pond inspections and bathymetric studies that help you budget and allocate funds for potentially costly future expenses (i.e., structural repairs and dredging).

Recruit SOLitude’s team of biologists, ecologists, environmental scientists and aquatic resource specialists who fuse their mastery of the sciences with a passion for the outdoors and the beauty of our natural resources.

Capitalize on a steadfast lake and pond management program that will help you manage ditches, canals, reservoirs and other irrigation water resources with a comprehensive suite of management solutions.

Secure the water quality solutions you need with SOLitude to provide your district with healthy, flowing irrigation water.

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In support of our belief that lakes and ponds are a precious natural resource requiring protection, SOLitude is committed to providing sustainable and renewable solutions that maintain ecological balance in the workplace and beyond.

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Depth Of Expertise

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When you partner with SOLitude, a dedicated field technician visits your lake or pond twice a month, leveraging extensive knowledge and training to carefully maintain ecological balance and preserve the appearance of your aquatic property.

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Utilizing the latest GPS aquatic mapping technology and our own proprietary lake and pond management software, the experts at SOLitude collect all the data necessary to provide comprehensive analysis and in-depth solutions.

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