Drip irrigation is partial root-zone irrigation,that is to convey the water to the crop roots through dripper or eimtter built in plastic pipe. It is currently the most effective water-saving irrigation methods for the arid regions, water use efficiency up to 95%. Drip irrigation can be combined with fertilizer, improve efficiency more than doubled. Applicable to fruit trees, vegetables, crops and greenhouse irrigation,can also be used to irrigate farm field crops in arid or drought areas.
These benefits are only possible when a drip irrigation system is properly designed,managed and maintained.Irrigation system design is complex.You should consult with a qualified agricultural engineer or irrigation equipment dealer to design your drip irrigation system.
Advantages of drip irrigation
1,Lower-volume water sources can be used because trickle irrigation may require less than half of water needed for sprinkler irrigation. 2,Lower operating pressure mean reduced energy costs for pumping. 3,High levels of water-use efficiency are achieved because plants can be supplied with more precise amounts of water. 4,Disease pressure may be less because plant foliage remains dry. 5,Labor and operating costs are generally less,and extensive automation is possible. 6,Water applications are made directly to the plant root zone.No application are made between rows or other non-productive areas,resulting in better weed control and significant water savings. 7,Field operations,such as harvesting,can continue during irrigation because the areas between rows remain dry. 8,Fertilizers can be applied efficiently through the drip irrigation system. 9,Irrigation can be done under a wide range of field conditions. 10,Compared to sprinkler irrigation,soil erosion and nutrient leaching can be reduced.
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