History of Drip Irrigation

Micro Irrigation known as Drip Irrigation or Trickle Irrigation which help save water, fertilizers and allows drip slowly to the surface of the soil’ or at the plant. One can customize the speed water Drip for feeding the plant using this method. There are several components to use this drip system.

In Olden days Drip Irrigation was made using Clay pots filled with water, same method as bucket type irrigation. Modern Drip Irrigation has built in easy to maintain, low cost low energy. Modern methods are implementing new type of products to satisfy the Farmer Requirement. Today’s technology even built for Eco friendly products which meant save environment such as from pollution, water.

Drip Irrigation is mainly use plastic Microtubing, Emitters in various sizes. Modern Technology has also invented to use Solar system for pumps, Remote Irrigation systems. Emmiters are first developed by Israel and from their rest of the world for the requirement. Drip Irrigation may also use spray jets which will spray water in small places. These types of spray jets are generally used in vine crops where wider root zones grown.

Surface drip Irriagtion was used for permanent or temporarily through buried lateral pipe or Drip tape can be located near the plants. This has been most common method for farming and using this technique where there is insufficient of water or more wastage water. Take advice for installing drip system or else you will be the loser.

The following are some of the components that are being used from long time. Eco friendly products are another way to use for farming.

Pumps the main driver for lifting the water from bore-well or deep-wells or even from the tanks. The pump can be used for the requirement of flow GPH. Filters are main thing that can be used for separating sand, dust.

Backflow prevent can be used just like it doesn’t allow to flow back the water, valves like hand operated or solenoid valves are to be used as opening and closing taps. In these modern days pump, valves may be manually or automatically operated.