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John57
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 I can try agi drain as a dispersal pipe and yes I’m not convinced that sitting agi pipe into clay soil will achieve anything looks like a civil engi ...

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John57
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January

Good morning MitchDid you see the 1/2m post hole photo I posted above.it’s my basic understanding that the clay goes down to the bedrock.John

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January

Yes Red, this is why I ran that river away from the fence. Before this re-routing, the water simply spilled out towards the fence and down the slope f ...

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January

There are definitely solutions here, some are more resource-intensive than others.Create a reservoir and pump the water to the storm drain up the hill ...

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January

Hi RR1Thanks for your ideas and sketches.The channel of water flow you see was dug by me. To keep the water away from the fence.Your pattern is a simi ...

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January

Hi MitchThese two outlets are not solid agi pipes. They are sock covered slotted agi pipes.

John57
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January

Hi @JDE Unfortunately the storm drain is behind that shed over there  These outlets are diagonally opposite the far back corner of the site and down ...

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Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @John57. We're so pleased to have you join us and look forward to reading more about your garden and about ...

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John57
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January

 I can try agi drain as a dispersal pipe and yes I’m not convinced that sitting agi pipe into clay soil will achieve anything looks like a civil engi ...

John57
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January

Good morning MitchDid you see the 1/2m post hole photo I posted above.it’s my basic understanding that the clay goes down to the bedrock.John

John57
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January

Thanks Jason and happy New Year.

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