Too much subsurface water can be counterproductive to agriculture by preventing root development, and inhibiting the growth of crops. Too much water also can limit access to the land, particularly by farm machinery. In terms of access, most modern agriculture depends on the usage of large machinery -- tractors and implements -- to prepare the seedbed, plant the crop, carry out any cultivation and applications during the growing season, and ultimately, to harvest the crop. Operating most machinery in excessively wet conditions may result in soil degradation because of excessive soil compaction, and inhibit the operation of the machinery (ie, "getting stuck").
Keppler Custom Hire can assist you by tiling your agricultural or residential/business property and help dry up your wet areas. New tile lines that are installed by Keppler Custom Hire can be GPS mapped for future reference and ease of locating.