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Drip Irrigation Systems are the most effective way of distributing water and nutrients to growing plants. Instead of watering the entire soil, this system delivers water and nutrients directly to the plant's root zone when and as much as the plant needs. Each plant receives what it needs to grow optimally under equal conditions. Thus, besides saving water, fertilizer and energy, it ensures high productivity.

Advantages of drip irrigation system

  • A timed drip irrigation system allows you to water at any time of the day. Not depending on wind speed is an added advantage.

  • Energy is saved by using low pressure.

  • Products ripen 2-3 weeks earlier on average.

  • Due to drip irrigation, as the labor requirement is greatly reduced, so are the farmer's costs.

  • Up to 50% reduction in water consumption is recorded as water loss through evaporation is minimized.

  • When fertilization is applied along with irrigation, a higher yield of active substances is obtained. About 60% is saved in the use of fertilizers and pesticides.

  • Since the entire field is not irrigated, the possibility of weed growth in the environment is reduced.

  • A system that prevents erosion and soil loss benefits the ecosystem. The soil becomes less rigid.

  • Large areas can be irrigated with low pressure water.

  • Easy to install and assemble.

  • Product quality improves, water is better used.

  • Crop growth occurs regularly due to short intermittent irrigation.

  • Water and fertilizer distribution is carried out equally.

  • The plant does not need to take much root to reach the water. Water nourishes the crop, not the root.

  • It becomes easier to adapt irrigation to the crop, climate, specific needs and growth period.

  • In underground drip irrigation systems, labor costs are reduced because there is no need to lay and assemble pipes.

Drip Irrigation Systems

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