How do you drain a boggy ground?
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do you drain a boggy area?
Lay agricultural pipe over the top and cover with aggregate and a layer of drainage cloth. Backfill and cover with a light aggregate, smooth and sprinkle a small amount of water over the top. Heavy clay soils can cause or contribute to poor drainage.
Beside this, how do you drain a waterlogged garden?
Dig a hole into the soil approximately 60cm (2 feet) deep; Fill the hole with water and leave it for four hours; If the water is still there after four hours, then it's a good sign that you need drainage.
Clean out manure from loafing areas regularly. Organic matter is good for soil in a pasture, but contributes to mud in a corral or pen that has no grass. If areas in a pasture are becoming muddy, add some grass seed to those beaten-out spots so the roots will hold the soil together and suck up water.