Ideal depth of water table

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How deep is the water table?

Ideal depth of water table

Ideally, the water table should be about 4 feet beneath the soil surface, where it can provide a reservoir for the deep roots of trees and shrubs. A water table can be only inches deep, as in a bog or marsh, or hundreds of feet deep.

   

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