Drip irrigation is a low-pressure, low-volume watering system that delivers water to home landscapes in a variety of methods, including dripping, spraying and streams. By keeping the roots moist but not soaked, you use less water than other irrigation techniques. You can hide much of the system under a layer of mulch as long as you keep any part that emits water on top of the mulch to prevent clogging. You can also run the system on top of the soil or mulch, allowing the plants to conceal it as they grow and spread.
Minimal evaporation and overspray as well as lower water use than a traditional underground sprinkler system
Direct connection to the hose spigot without the need to cut into the home water line Supply lines that can lie on the ground or under a layer of mulch, eliminating the trenches that underground systems requireFor more details, Please connect with us.
Flexibility as your plants grow and spread
Customization for containers, raised beds, vegetable rows or shrubbery
Exact delivery, preventing distribution of water where it's not needed or where it can encourage weed growth
Prevention of an overly moist environment that promotes fungal diseases
Gentle, precise watering that minimizes runoff and erosion
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