Drip Irrigation

Drip irrigation is a system that delivers water to the crop using a network of mainlines, sub–mains and lateral/drip lines with emission points spaced along their lengths. Each dripper/emitter supplies a measured and precisely controlled amount of water directly into the root zone of the plant.

Water enter the soil from the emitters, moving direct into the root zone of the plants through the combined forces of gravity and capillary. In this way, the plant’s withdrawal of moisture and nutrients are replenished almost immediately, ensuring that the plant never suffers from water stress, thus enhancing quality, its ability to achieve optimum growth and high yield.


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