-Minimizes water contact with leaves, stems and roots helping to prevent disease.
-Keeps rows between plants dry, reducing weed growth.
-Efficient, saving time, money and water.
-Decrease on labor cost.
-Increases effectiveness on uneven ground.
-Adapts to oddly shaped and narrow areas.
-Precise application of nutrients.
-Can be set up with an automated system managed by AC or a battery powered controller.
-Minimized soil erosion.
-Allows safe use of recycled water.
It’s extremely important for a drip irrigation system to be installed properly, which can be done through your irrigation specialist. This initially may be a costly process but in the long run will save money overall. Other disadvantages to a drip irrigation system include:
-Drip tape and tubing must be managed to avoid leaking and plugging.
-Drip tape often causes extra clean up.
-Initial cost may be more than an overhead system.
-Tubes, due to sun exposure, may have a shortened life span.
The watering needs of your plants will determine which irrigation method used. It’s definitely worth looking into a drip system for a healthier more efficient use of natures resources. For more information go to:
For Commercial or Residential Drip Irrigation Installation for Garland and surrounding DFW Metroplex cities call your number 1 Dallas Sprinkler Repair Service.