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Governor Brown Demands 25% Water Reduction, DripWorks Offers 30-50%

Willits, CA
April 21, 2015

As most of you know, with the snow pack at a record low in the Sierra Mountains, California Governor Jerry Brown has ordered a 25% statewide reduction in water usage. What you might not know, is drip irrigation can reduce water usage in your lawn and garden by 30-50%. If you want to do something to reduce your water usage, immediately, DripWorks can help.

This is not bluster. This is fact. By placing the water exactly where it is needed, drip irrigation reduces water usage to a fraction of conventional watering techniques. So put aside that watering wand and convert that water-guzzling sprinkler system to a drip irrigation system. Start saving water, time, and money today.
Don't know anything about drip irrigation? No problem. Our complete kits are the fastest, easiest way to convert your garden, field, or landscape to a water efficient drip irrigation. Still have questions? The DripWorks Call Center is open 6 am to 6 pm PST, Monday through Friday and 6 am to Noon on Saturday. Our friendly, knowledgeable representatives are ready to answer those questions and help you get started right away. Call 800.522.3747 or email us at Save Water, Time, and Money!

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National Drip Irrigation Company Offers Efficient Solutions to Saving Water in Time of Drought

DripWorks ( a catalog and online retailer and wholesaler, has been providing an easy way to save water, time and money through the use of drip irrigation for over 22 years. A leader in the drip irrigation market, DripWorks is known for providing the widest selection of drip irrigation parts and products, drip irrigation expertise and customer support via their website and 72 page catalog.

Willits, CA (PRWEB)
July 26, 2012

Drip Irrigation has long been in widespread use in the harsh, dry conditions of the Israeli Desert, and currently is extensively utilized in agriculture around the globe. Drip irrigation is believed by many to be one of the world’s most valued developments in agriculture. The emitters and emitter tubing used in drip irrigation are specifically designed to allow for a more targeted and controlled delivery of water, offering deeper penetration with a fraction of the water loss due to evaporation or wind drift.

A large population in the Middle East, Africa, Australia, and the United States, to name just a few, use modern drip irrigation. Extremely efficient, it is particularly suited to areas where water is scarce; such as the current situation in the United States where over 50% of the country is currently experiencing the worst drought conditions since 1956.

Under such extreme conditions, the use of flood irrigation, large scale sprinklers, or broadcast spray emitters are unavailable, ineffective, or highly expensive, and waste precious water resources. The current drought conditions have prompted many farmers and gardeners to use drip irrigation and to educate others about drip irrigation offering a much more efficient alternative because it uses 30-50% less water.

A recent testimonial from DripWorks customer Dan Crummet who lives in the drought area of Stillwater, Oklahoma, is a testament to the benefits he’s experiencing and expecting in the future, by choosing to use DripWorks drip irrigation products. Read more at:

As a result of its water saving effect, the use of drip irrigation is less expensive, greener, and, if installed in time, a plant-saving option for watering. It can be set up using municipal water and wells, as well as rain-catchment sources. Drip irrigation installation is simple enough that novices can grasp the basics quickly, bypassing any need for a professional. offers a wide variety of tools and how-to videos, as well as a knowledgeable and helpful customer support team.

DripWorks is located at 190 Sanhedrin Circle, Willits, CA, 95490. Order or request a free catalog anytime online at, or via phone at 800.522.3747, M-F, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. PST/Sat., 6 a.m. to Noon.

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