Irrigation systems can be extremely efficient. Zones with watering times that vary in length and frequency ensures each plant gets the water it needs when it needs it. Timers enable you to automate the system. Spray heads can be changed as your landscaping needs change. If future expansion is anticipated in the planning stages, adding new sprinkler heads to the existing system is an easy task.
Frequent watering produces the most bountiful blooms, attractive foliage, and the maximum harvest. Frequent irrigation maintains an ideal moisture level in the soil. It takes a certain volume of water to rehydrate parched soil. The soil needs to be hydrated before a plants roots can even use the moisture. This results in more water being used. Irregular watering can also result in patchy, uneven growth as well as smaller root systems, slower growth rates, and susceptibility to insects and diseases.
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Irrigation Systems that are well planned are durable, unobtrusive, and cost-effective. The goal
of a sprinkler system is to supply an ideal amount of water to a specific place, so plants and lawns will be efficiently fed without wasting water. Plants can receive the amount of water needed to thrive, even if they have varying moisture needs. You can control how much water is used, when it is applied, and with consideration to placement of sprinkler heads, where the water is directed.
When planning Irrigation Systems it is necessary to take into consideration not just the climate, but the type of soil, and the varying amounts of wind, shade, and slope of the landscape. These factors should determine the layout of the system and the frequency of watering. A network of underground pipes linked to sprinkler heads make this a permanent system. Some use sprinklers exclusively through their garden, while
others combine a sprinkler system with a drip irrigation system due to varying needs of the landscape where it is installed.