2017-04-03 10:43 AM

Drip irrigation

Drip irrigation is one of the means of irrigation and watering trees and plants by securing the least amount of water to the plant without wasting and saturation of the surrounding area goes wasteful. This method of irrigation can also be used to irrigate the trees and thus the irrigation will be local (a) Determining the area allocated to each tree and specific depth so as to reduce the waste and thus save water to irrigate larger areas and in a standardized manner.

Advantages of drip irrigation system• Suitable for sandy sandy land and does not need to be settled.• Providing irrigation water due to lack of waste, which increases the efficiency of irrigation and is the highest in terms of efficiency.• Increase the efficiency of the use of chemical fertilizers added through irrigation water due to lack of drainage water.• Regulating the irrigation and raising the efficiency of the added fertilizers increase the productivity of the unit area of ​​the land while preserving the environment by preventing the washing of fertilizers and delivery to groundwater• Productivity also increases because of the lack of space in the irrigation course.• Provision of labor due to lack of grass, and irrigation and fertilization are carried out through irrigation water.• Use relatively high saline water.• Wastewater is very limited and there may be no need for drainage.• Suitable for all trees, vegetable crops and field crops grown far apart.• A modern method that allows for water economy and must cover soil 

 

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