Drip Irrigation

You’ll use less water.  Because drip irrigation targets only the roots, less water is needed.  Drip Irrigation also reduces waste from wind and evaporation.

You’ll have fewer weeds growing.  With less water, you’ll find fewer weeds growing.

Your plants are less likely to develop the disease.  Targeting the root systems allows the leaves to stay dryer and prevents fungal growth and plant disease.  You’ll find yourself saving money on fungicides and pest sprays as a secondary benefit.

Your soil and mulch-bed structure will remain intact.  Less water will lead to less erosion or “washing away”.



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