When I was leaving the Everglades National Park -- I came upon these giant agricultural fields. They were watering the crops in such a magnanimous way... it was arresting.
Water was shooting all over the roads in various directions.
These giant cannons of water are apparently very effective and transportable. The trucks can go up and down the fields and specifically cover certain acreage.
This is the price the Everglades Park is paying.... it has to share it's water-table with the huge demand of agriculture.