What is Drip Irrigation?

Drip irrigation is systems that meet the water needs of plants directly by dripping into the soil. Thanks to this system, the efficiency of water and fertilizer is increased. Water saving is also ensured as the plants are given as much water as they need. While controlling the humidity of the soils of agricultural products, it prevents the soil from accumulating or remaining dry due to excess water.

What are Drip Irrigation Materials?

The materials of the drip irrigation system basically consist of pumps, filters, valves, drip hoses and heads. The water coming from the water source will be directed to the water line with the help of the pump and the water will reach the plants thanks to the nozzles. There are hoses and valves that adjust the water pressure and allow it to reach the plants in the form of drops. Additional connection means are used to reach the water to more distant areas.

What are the Usage Areas of Drip Irrigation Systems?

Drip irrigation is generally used in open areas such as gardens, fields and greenhouses, which are far from settlements or where there is water shortage. Specially designed drip irrigation systems are used for agricultural products that need to be grown indoors.

 Drip irrigation is a suitable irrigation system for plants with slow growth and sensitive structure. However, drip irrigation systems can be used while growing fruit, vegetables, flowers, ornamental and garden plants. Irrigation of the water needs of areas such as agricultural fields, golf courses, sports fields and parks with different designs with drip irrigation methods ensures long-lasting healthy growth of plants and prevents water waste.


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