If you’re not using drip irrigation in your garden, now’s the time to start. Drip irrigation is a highly efficient way to water, so it saves you time and helps to conserve precious supplies of clean water. Studies show that well-designed drip systems use at least 30 percent, and in some cases 50 percent, less water than other methods of watering.
A drip irrigation system delivers water directly to the root zone of a plant, where it seeps slowly into the soil one drop at a time. Almost no water is lost through surface runoff or evaporation, and soil particles have plenty of opportunity to absorb and hold water for plants. It also means very few nutrients leach down beyond the reach of plant roots. Furthermore, since drip irrigation delivers water directly to the plants you want to grow, less is wasted on weeds. The soil surface between the plants also remains drier, which discourages weed seeds from sprouting.
For busy gardeners, the main benefit of drip irrigation is the savings of both time and effort.For systems that use a timer, gardeners need only spend a few seconds to turn the system on; the timer automatically turns it off.
Plants watered with drip systems grow more quickly and are more productive, because they have all the water they need and their growth isn’t slowed by water stress.
Suitable for crops like Banana,Citrus,Coconut,Cotton,Grapes,Guava,Mango,Pomegranate,Sapota, Sugarcane,Vegetable, Arecanutm and etc.,
Drip irrigation is the targeted, intelligent application of water, fertilizer, and chemicals that when used properly can provide great benefits such as: