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  • What are the advantages of drip irrigation?

    Maintain soil structure. Under the action of a large amount of water in the traditional furrow irrigation, the soil of the facility is subject to more scouring, compaction and erosion. If the soil is not ploughed in time, it will lead to serious compaction, decreased air permeability, and soil structure is damaged to a certain extent. Drip irrigation is a kind of micro-irrigation, in which water penetrates into the soil slowly and evenly, which can maintain the soil structure and form a suitable...


  • Do you know that drip irrigation can save water, fertilizer and labor?

    Drip irrigation is a full-pipeline water delivery and local micro-irrigation, which reduces the leakage and loss of water to a minimum. At the same time, because the water required by the root zone of the crops can be supplied in a timely manner, there is no problem of peripheral water loss, and the water utilization efficiency is greatly improved. Irrigation can be easily combined with fertilization, that is, the chemical fertilizer is dissolved and then poured into the irrigation system. Meta...


  • What are the characteristics of drip irrigation?

    1. Save water and labor, increase production and income. Because during irrigation, water does not move in the air, does not wet the leaves, and does not evaporate the soil surface beyond the effective wet area, so the direct loss of water to evaporation is minimal; it is easy to control the amount of water, and it will not cause ground runoff and deep soil leakage. Therefore, it can save 35-75% of water compared with sprinkler irrigation. 8019 metal rocker arm sprinkler with a range radius of ...


  • What is drip irrigation?

    Drip irrigation is the use of plastic pipes to send water through orifices or drippers on capillary tubes with a diameter of about 10mm to the roots of crops for local irrigation. It is the most effective water-saving irrigation method in arid and water-deficient areas, and the water utilization rate can reach 95%. Drip irrigation has higher water-saving and yield-increasing effects than sprinkler irrigation, and can be combined with fertilization to more than double the fertilizer efficiency. ...


  • What should I pay attention to when using micro-spray tape?

    1. Before laying the micro-spray belt, first use medicine to remove the pests (such as mole crickets, etc.) in the soil to prevent them from harming the crops and bite the micro-spray belt. 2. When laying, the hole of the micro-spray belt should be facing up and the tail should be blocked. Then squeeze with the water pump. The water inlet is wrapped with gauze (filter) to prevent the holes from being blocked. In case of blockage, untie the tail and rinse with water for one minute, or tap the tu...


  • Analysis of water-saving irrigation methods and advantages

    Scientific irrigation is an irrigation method that professional irrigation companies have been promoting, including modern irrigation methods such as drip irrigation, micro-sprinkler, seepage irrigation, and sprinkler irrigation. It is necessary to make a reasonable design according to the water demand characteristics, growth stage, climate, and soil conditions of the corresponding plants, and formulate a corresponding irrigation system. This type of method can achieve local precise irrigation....


  • Various high-efficiency water-saving irrigation technologies

    (1) Sprinkler irrigation saves 30% of water compared with flood irrigation. It is mainly used for densely planted crops in the field and is suitable for regional control. It has the advantages of increasing yield and improving the utilization rate of cultivated land, but it has high energy consumption and large evaporation loss, requiring large-capacity water sources. , and can only be used under the conditions of no more than 3 winds. (2) Micro-irrigation Micro-irrigation is an advanced water-...