Stations that should not be used for planting are:
- Soil with high content of loams or loamy soils – usually these are poisoned soils
and have a bad water-to-air
- Places where standstill water is for longer than 2 months – especially during the winter or after the spring thaws,
- Stations without source of water,
- Undulating lands,
- Lands with no electricity and where it is impossible to supply it.
The rest of stations are generally good for planting.
After choosing a station we start to determine the type of soil (a plot may have few of them), which has a huge impact on the further planning of watering sections.