Irrigation Systems Sample Clauses

Irrigation Systems. The Project Area either has no irrigation system or a low-volume drip irrigation system. If a watering system is used, it is a drip irrigation system equipped with a filter, pressure regulator and emitters rated at twenty (20) gallons per hour (gph) or less. The system is maintained free of leaks and malfunctions. No spray irrigation is applied to the Project Area, including spray from irrigation systems adjacent to the Project Area.
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Irrigation Systems. If the Agency obtains a Roadside Vegetation Permit for Plantings, The Agency may be required to obtain additional approval for permanent irrigation systems. The Agency shall be responsible for water and electrical costs.
Irrigation Systems. LCZ and its contractors and agents shall maintain continuous irrigation for the park property adjacent to the Premises during construction and shall restore any damaged irrigation systems and plant materials at its sole cost. CITY shall provide information to LCZ regarding known locations of irrigation systems prior to construction.
Irrigation Systems. Irrigation water to the development shall be metered with all private and common areas irrigated and maintained by an HOA. Irrigation within the development shall meet City standards and incorporate any changes from the new master plan update when approved.
Irrigation Systems. A. All Irrigation Systems must be installed and maintained by a Licensed Irrigator, Licensed Plumber or the Property Owner (if this is the owner’s primary residence) in accordance with 30 TAC 344.30.
Irrigation Systems. Grantor may maintain, repair, replace and rebuild any irrigation systems that exists on the Property as of the date of this Grant, and may construct and maintain new irrigation system improvement anywhere on the Property for purposes reasonable and customary management of agriculture, livestock, and wildlife.
Irrigation Systems. 1. In-kind repairs and replacement to irrigation systems and associated elements (i.e. pump stations, weirs, flumes, siphons, canals, laterals, ditches and prisms.
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Irrigation Systems. 1. The Contractor shall maintain the entire irrigation system. This includes, but is not limited to, the replacement, repair, adjustment, and inspections of the system to assure continued operation.
Irrigation Systems. The City shall bear all the costs for water used in the maintenance of the Contract Areas. Water conservation shall be diligently practiced. Irrigation shall be done in a manner to minimize run-off or other wastage. Irrigation water shall not leave the Contract Areas due to drainage onto adjacent properties or public roadways or gutters. The Contractor shall turn off irrigation systems during periods of rainfall and at such other times when suspension or irrigation is desirable to conserve water and to remain within the guidelines of good horticulturally acceptable landscape maintenance practices. Irrigation run times shall be adjusted weekly to compensate for current weather conditions (unless/until a weather-based controller is installed). The Contractor shall comply, at all times, with the current level of the Emergency Water Regulations (see Exhibit H, San Diego Municipal Code section 67.38), as amended from time to time and any adopted City policies or procedures with respect to water usage. The Contractor must obtain prior written approval from the City Technical Representative before exceeding any applicable water regulations. When excessive use or waste of irrigation water results from the Contractor’s, or any subcontractor’s, performance under this contract, the estimated cost of such water shall be deducted from the City’s payment. Contractor shall also pay any monetary fines or other damages assessed to the City for failure to follow water conservation regulations imposed by the State of California, the County Water Authority, or other legal entity arising out of performance of this contract. Irrigation shall be done by the use of automatic, mechanical sprinkler systems where available and operable. The Contractor shall maintain all sprinkler systems in such a way as to guarantee proper coverage and full working capability and shall make whatever adjustments may be necessary to prevent excessive run-off into street rights-of-way or other areas not meant to be irrigated. Failure of the existing irrigation system to provide full and proper coverage shall not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility to provide adequate irrigation with full and proper coverage to all areas. All areas not adequately covered by a sprinkler system shall be irrigated by a portable irrigation method. The Contractor shall furnish all hoses, nozzles, sprinklers, and other equipment necessary to accomplish this supplementary irrigation. Care shall be exercised to preven...
Irrigation Systems. If the construction of the Pipeline interrupts an operational (or soon to be operational) irrigation system, the Company shall establish with the Landowner an acceptable amount of time the irrigation system may be out of service. If, as a result of pipeline construction activities, an irrigation system interruption results in crop damages on a Landowner’s field intersected by the ROW, either on the ROW or off the ROW within the irrigation system’s range, the Company shall reasonably compensate the Landowner for all such crop damages. If practical, the Company shall implement temporary measures to allow an irrigation system to continue to operate across land on which the Pipeline is also being constructed, so long as the irrigation system does not create drainage, erosion, or pollutant discharge issues in or across the ROW.
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