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Monday, July 27th 2009, 3:18pm

by Wet_Boots

Unless you have porous soil, going deep won't help you. If the soil is sandy or gravelly, you could install a well point and pump from it. Your best indications are what your neighbors have done in similar circumstances.

Saturday, July 25th 2009, 7:57pm

by Spring Hill (Guest)

Water Table

In late summer my creek will dry up. How does one know where the water table is? Do you just start digging? Will I hit water? Small creek in Spring Hill KS. It's a vague question I know but I heve heard even when a creek is dry there is still water running below.