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Drip irrigation is a method which has been developed for use in intensive irrigated agriculture. The filtered irrigation water is dropped to the surface or into the soil with soluble fertilizer or without fertilizer. This process is called drip irrigation. Certainly, the pressure of the water should be low enough in order to be dropwise. With the help of small-scale emitters placed to the soil surface or just below the surface, treated water is dropped. This system allows us to give a specified order to the water under reduced pressure. The pressure required for the operation of this system is less than sprinkler irrigation systems. In this system, the water is brought up to the root depth of each plant via large network of pipes. On the other hand, the fertilizer mixed to water can be easily given to the plants.(fertigation) Briefly, the basis of drip irrigation system is to keep the amount of water and nutrients needed by the plant at the optimum level.


What Are The Benefits?


It provides the opportunity of irrigation at any time during the day.

Due to low pressure requirement, it provides lower energy requirement.

It provides a significant increase in quality and efficiency of products.

It can easily be applied on slopes. Labor requirement is reduced.

The crop ripens 2-3 weeks earlier.

Even in areas where there is lack of water it allows irrigation to be made.

It provides 50% savings.

Compared to traditional irrigation methods, it provides 60% fertilizer and pesticide savings.

Using diluted solution of fertilizer, the burning issue of roots is eliminated.

It provides a good soil aeration.

Since there is no need to wet entire area, the development of diseases and weeds is minimized.

It prevents erosion and soil loss. It provides less hardening of the soil.

It even allows the use of salty water for irrigation.

The loss of nutrients in the water doesn't occur because runoff and deep percolation is not created.

It ensures equal distribution of water and fertilizer to the plants and provides one-time harvest opportunity.

Because reducing air humidity, it prevents diseases like fungus and bacterias significantly.