Drip irrigation systems deliver water directly to where the plant needs it, minimising evaporation, run-off and increasing the nutrients available to the root system. With drought an ever-present feature and water restrictions practically inevitable, utilising a variety of strategies to maximise the water saving potential in your garden is essential. A typical drip irrigation system is comprised of drippers situated along a length of piping, with some systems allowing you to customise the positioning of the drippers exactly where they are required. This piping is then buried or placed just above the soil surface, and can be used in a wide variety of application, including vegetable gardens, flower beds and for fruit trees.
Drip irrigation is an efficient method of delivering water directly to plants, and also:
Follow these tips to further reduce the amount of water you utilise in your garden:
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