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A Brief History: Drip irrigation has its roots in agriculture. In many parts of the world it is one of the few options available for the irrigation of crops and vegetables in harsh climates with a limited water supply. Its development depended on advancements in polyethylene tubing, and its growth was most rapid in arid and drought-
Advantages and Benefits
WATER EFFICIENCY: Drip irrigation applies water only when and where it is needed, with less runoff and evaporation from leaves and soil. Drip irrigation systems can conserve great amounts of water when compared to sprinkler systems.
REDUCED PEST PROBLEMS AND WEED GROWTH: Watering only the roots of plants with drip irrigation reduces the amount of water-
ROOT ZONE: One of the most important aspects of installing a new drip irrigation system is that a totally new and more favorable root zone environment is created, which maintains a relativelymconstant soil moisture level. This creates stress free plants that actively grow and resist disease.
ECONOMY: Investing in a low volume irrigation system can save you money by significantly lowering your garden water use, in turn lowering your water utility bill.
LONG LIFE: All DIG products are designed to withstand the harshest conditions in both home and
commercial installations. They are manufactured from high quality, durable plastics and contain
added quantities of the compound Carbon Black, making them resistant to the damaging effects of
Automatic irrigation is a method of delivering water throughout the garden effortlessly with a simple network of pipes and outlets hidden around the garden. There are different types of irrigation systems designed for watering certain areas of the garden, orchard and containers.
Buds n’Blooms can evaluate your needs, develop a site survey and propose a workable solution at a surprisingly low cost
Buds n’Blooms will provide you with all elements of your irrigation system's design and installation ensuring a qualified, efficient system. We can work with you to make sure that after we’re gone you can manage, add to and make changes to your system yourself.
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