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Common usage for a drip system

Common usage for a drip system

Drip irrigation has a wide range of applications. It is adaptable to different terrain, and different planting configurations

Existing Garden: An above ground drip system, perhaps covered with mulch, alleviates the need to dig a trench and potentially damage existing plant roots.

New Landscape: Easy to install, drip irrigation is ideal for new landscape areas where plants with similar water requirements may be grouped together for better water use and water conservation.

Vegetable Gardens: A drip irrigation tape, or drip line are ideal for row planting. They can provides the perfect growing conditions and increase yield , as well as help to reduces weeds and pests, which is especially important in a vegetable garden.

Windy Locations: Windy days can cause the conventional sprinklers to throw the water far from there locations; by using a drip system you apply the water directly to the plant roots zone and only where and when it is needed.

Odd Shaped Area: In oddly shaped areas where conventional sprinklers system is especially inefficient, drip irrigation can provide an ideal solution, eliminating runoff and wasteful spray.

Containers and Baskets: Drip systems are ideal to use in hanging baskets or planters by providing, individual drip emitter or laser drilled soaker hose for each pot for automatic self watering

Greenhouses: Instead of watering by hand, multi-outlet drippers can provide a watering method to water a large amount of pots or baskets at once.