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Therefore, many irrigation days become available- there is no need to wait for a suitable SWD to become available, we just need to wait 24 hours post a drainage event. The Massey University version of the DESC has never had a depth restriction on low risk soils, so regardless of application depth entered into the DESC the storage requirements will be the same.

Included in the soil risk framework is a restriction on application depths of 10mm on low risk soils when they are at field capacity. A 10mm application onto a low risk soil at field capacity will induce a drainage event of approximately 10mm. As application depths and subsequent drainage depths increase, so does the risk of bypass flow.

As mentioned above, a 10mm drainage event was deemed acceptable on low risk soils, so the user of the DESC now has an input to the makeup of the 10mm drainage.

The combination of rainfall and effluent irrigation added together cannot produce drainage greater than 10mm. So, as an example, if a user decides the farm can have irrigation infrastructure that can irrigate 4mm of FDE per irrigation event, this can be done any day post a field capacity day that no more than 6mm of rain falls. Multiple application depths and associated pump rates can now be entered. The result of this is more irrigation days become available and subsequently reduced storage requirements.

The 10mm maximum drainage is now also incorporated into Storage Shed Storage Buildings depths above 10mm previously no impact on storage requirements with the Massey University version , so, if a 11mm depth is entered a 1mm SWD is needed before irrigation can take place, 15mm depth requires a 5mm SWD etc. The result of this change on low risk soils is less storage requirements than the Massey University version when using depths less than 10mm, and greater storage requirements when using depths greater than 10mm.

We recommend that you always get a professional who has done the Massey FDE course, the Dairy Effluent WOF course, or similar and has experience to check your storage volume calculations as getting this wrong can be costly.

The short videos below explain all of the input and output tabs and how to correctly enter farm information into the calculator. Please note: This current training resource relates to a new solids version of the DESC that has had its release delayed.

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