Drip Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Drip irrigation works much as its name implies. It directly waters a plant’s roots, doing so very slowly. When you compare it to something like overhead sprinklers, drip irrigation does well because it uses less water, does not water the weeds, minimizes evaporation and cuts back on the potential for soil erosion. It also reduces the risk of fertilizer or pesticide runoff. A good drip system design will pay close attention to soil and crop type as well as the appropriate level of water pressure to employ.

By replacing hand watering, drip irrigation reduces yard work by delivering water directly
to plants, reducing weed growth, it saves you time. Drip irrigation offers many money
and time-saving benefits. Water delivered directly to plant roots saves you money by
reducing up to 70% in water waste from evaporation and run-off.
Drip irrigation tubing can be installed in conjunction with an in-ground irrigation system. While the hose itself is typically laid above ground, it can be linked to the inground system by connecting to a riser. Drip hose is available in 1/4” and 1/2” diameters and can be purchased with pre-installed emitters that apply water very slowly directly to plant root zones. This makes drip irrigation especially effective for planter beds, ground cover, and gardens. Drip systems provide the greatest flexibility and most efficient watering system. There is a wide range of specialty drip product that can be mixed and matched to create a drip system specific to your landscape.

When properly designed,
drip irrigation maintains an optimum balance of water and air in the root zone while reducing water wasted due to the sun and wind. Additionally, areas with irregular shapes are easily accommodated and the risk of plant disease is reduced as the foliage remains dry when you use  properly designed Drip Irrigation.
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Drip Irrigation


Drip irrigation tubing can be installed in conjunction with an in-ground irrigation system. While the hose itself is typically laid above ground, it can be linked to the inground system by connecting to a riser. Drip hose is available in 1/4” and 1/2” diameters and can be purchased with pre-installed emitters that apply water very slowly directly to plant root zones. This makes drip irrigation especially effective for planter beds, ground cover, and gardens. Drip systems provide the greatest flexibility and most efficient watering system. There is a wide range of specialty drip product that can be mixed and matched to create a drip system specific to your landscape.

When properly designed,
drip irrigation maintains an optimum balance of water and air in the root zone while reducing water wasted due to the sun and wind. Additionally, areas with irregular shapes are easily accommodated and the risk of plant disease is reduced as the foliage remains dry when you use  properly designed Drip Irrigation.
Drip irrigation works much as its name implies. It directly waters a plant’s roots, doing so very slowly. When you compare it to something like overhead sprinklers, drip irrigation does well because it uses less water, does not water the weeds, minimizes evaporation and cuts back on the potential for soil erosion. It also reduces the risk of fertilizer or pesticide runoff. A good drip system design will pay close attention to soil and crop type as well as the appropriate level of water pressure to employ.

By replacing hand watering, drip irrigation reduces yard work by delivering water directly
to plants, reducing weed growth, it saves you time. Drip irrigation offers many money
and time-saving benefits. Water delivered directly to plant roots saves you money by
reducing up to 70% in water waste from evaporation and run-off.