One way to deal with high iron content for irrigation purposes is to use a sequestering agent and inject it into the well water as it is being used to irrigate the lawn, that way it will not 'stick' to the house or other items the well water gets on.I am putting up a structure
I dug the well and there is a lot of iron
my question is If they want to irrigate and not turn every thing orange
what would the easiest way to filter or pull that iron out
If your question is referring to chlorine injection, the answer is NO. Strictly my own experience and taste. It would be like putting peanut butter on your hub cap. Either way the taste still exist. We use R.O. at the sink for coffee.But does it make good coffee?