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Application of surface irrigation methods is not effective in soils with uneven surface, high slope, and high infiltration rate. The ideal irrigation in this type of terrain is sprinkler irrigation. Taking into account such situations and due to the many advantages it provides, the sprinkling method has found wide application, especially in developed countries.

Advantages of sprinkler irrigation system

Since there is no water loss in the system, even in places where irrigation water is scarce (3.5 lt/sec), water is used to the maximum.

Irrigation can be carried out without causing erosion in areas with sloping relief (corrugated).

Because the water is delivered as fine particles to the soil as in rain, it provides 20-50% increase in yield and improves quality compared to other irrigation methods.

It eliminates the inability of the plant to rise above the soil due to the soil being covered with cream during seed germination.

Savings in operating costs and manpower are ensured.

It is the most ideal irrigation system in shallow water permeable soils.

Especially in places near the sea, the salt particles, dust and harmful pests left by the salt water carried by the wind on the plants can be sprinkled and washed away.

Since sprinkler irrigation can be controlled, it is the most suitable irrigation method in areas with high groundwater (drainage) problems.

Since there is no need for field ditches, the cultivated area increases and agricultural work is carried out with ease.

Soluble fertilizers can be applied to plants with irrigation water without the need for labor.

Vegetables, citrus fruits, vineyards and other orchards can be protected from frost and heat.

Sprinkler Irrigation Systems

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