In the recent past, there has been a shift from the customary labor-intensive irrigation, to effortless technology backed irrigation. The effortless modern irrigation systems are not only efficient and effective, but there are also pivotal in boosting the crop yield.
Whether you’re using the irrigation systems on your lawn or home garden, here are some basic tips for an effortless irrigation system.
Use water timers (Irrigation Controllers)
Water timers are an essential part of the garden irrigation systems. The water timers are used to automate the irrigation system and can, therefore, switch on or off the daily watering. Our water timers are particularly useful to the individuals who lead a busy life; spending most of their times away from home and in most cases do not want to be disturbed about watering their lawns.
Use of sprinkler systems
Depending on the size of your lawn, garden or irrigation scheme, we offer various types of sprinklers to cover your property in a quick and easy way. With coverages ranging from 8 to 40 feet, our sprinklers cater to the needs of home gardens and lawns found in most households. And unlike the sprays and micro-jets, which deliver a fine spray, the sprinklers throw large water droplets which minimize evaporation.
Use of micro jets and sprays
Our micro-jets and sprays are ideal for delicate plants, like the young seedlings in a seed bed. As the name suggests, the micro jets and sprays deliver water in the form of light sprays.
Use of drip irrigation system
Of all the water irrigation systems, the drip irrigation systems are the most efficient. Our drip systems are precisely tailored to deliver water to the roots of the plants. Using a network of pipes to carry water around the garden, the water is channeled to drip emitters that are positioned close to the base of the plant. And because the drip emitters release water gradually, owners can have control over the water used and reduce water waste.
With the above tips, you can irrigate your lawn and garden more effectively. Contact the irrigation professionals at W.P. Law for more tips and assistance.