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A smart irrigation system is a provider of more correct and efficient use of the world's most valuable resource. Thanks to modern technologies, the proposed solutions give a serious impetus to the increase of quality and productivity indicators.

Modern irrigation systems deliver water and nutrients directly to the roots of each plant, in measured doses that maintain the root zone at optimal moisture levels. That is, the plant receives as much water as it needs, not more or less than it needs.

Since there is no over-watering and the flow rates are moderate, smart irrigation prevents run-offs and deep seepage. Designing smart irrigation systems is based on soil and plant consumption capacity. As a result, a higher, better product is obtained than before. And in doing so, less water is used.

An automatic irrigation system helps reuse waste water. On the other hand, when using drip irrigation, water is delivered directly to the roots of the plant. That way, your crop never comes into contact with pollutants and each plant gets the amount of water it needs to thrive.

Mass evaporation results in water loss during large sprinkler irrigation. If you irrigate with one of these systems, 15-30% of your water evaporates as it goes into the soil and never reaches the root zone of your crop. However, by directly contacting the root zone with drip irrigation, the risk of water evaporation is eliminated. This ensures you get the most out of your water and make every drop worth it. In other words, it means irrigating up to 30% more land with the same amount of water.

Thanks to automatic irrigation, the condition of the soil improves. Pivot or other sprinkler systems apply large amounts of water in a short period of time and cause soil supersaturation. This leads to poor aeration, creating stressful conditions for plant roots that require a balance between water and air. Excess water also penetrates beneficial plant nutrients below the active root zone, causing your plant to take up less nutrients and also contaminates groundwater. Smart irrigation helps you water the perfect amount and time based on your soil type and crop needs. Thus, the air-water ratio in the soil is optimized and nutrients are kept where they are needed.

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