Drip Irrigation

The History of Drip Irrigation

The History of Drip Irrigation

Mainline tubing is a flexible polyethylene tubing used for carrying water throughout a drip system. It is designed to carry water from your spigot to your plants via emitters, sprayers, sprinklers, or driplines inserted along its length. We know that the origins of drip--or micro--irrigation, goes back to ancient times, but from where and when did the idea of modern drip irrigation come about?

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Setting up a Drip System

Setting up a Drip System

Setting up a drip system is easier and more fun than you think. Drip irrigation has become the preferred method of watering for homeowners with vegetable gardens, landscape, orchards, and decks. Farmers large and small depend on drip irrigation to stretch their water supply and produce high yield, top quality crops.

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Drip Irrigation on a Slope

Drip Irrigation on a Slope

There are many types of slopes, from gently undulating backyards and rolling hills to precipitous mountainsides. By necessity, many growers have to garden or farm on uneven terrain, forced to terrace their land or take advantage of natural benches. Fortunately, drip irrigation can provide an even flow in these situations through the use of pressure compensating drip emitters. Whether you have an orchard, a vineyard, a farm, a rural home, or a house in town, here are some DripWorks solutions to watering on uneven or sloping terrain.

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Watering Trees and Shrubs Effectively

Watering Trees and Shrubs Effectively

Whether you're an orchardist, a landscaper, or a homeowner looking to install a few trees or shrubs, you may have questions how to water them effectively. Today we hope to answer a few of those questions and provide you with some options to that water-wasting wand you've been lugging around.

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The Magic of Aqua-Traxx Drip Tape

The Magic of Aqua-Traxx Drip Tape

Aqua-Traxx is a low-cost, thin walled 5/8" drip tape that offers superior plugging resistance and incredible watering efficiency. Available with emitters spaced 4, 6, 8, or 12 inches apart, it is ideal for long, straight rows and performs best on level terrain. If you have row crops or raised beds--and want to save water--this may be the ideal product for you.

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