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Home Drip Irrigation Kits and Garden Watering Systems
Order Now - Free Shipping - Made In AmericaGarden Drip Irrigation Systems from the Irri-gator. Growing your own vegetables is a healthy and cost-effective alternative to buying them at the supermarket. However, many people don't have the time to drag a water hose to the garden manually every day. The solution is a drip irrigation kits. This type of drip irrigation kits can be quite complex for large areas with multiple vegetables growing in large gardens, but for the average home gardener, a very simple drip irrigation products for watering, from the Irri-gator is all that's needed. This drip irrigation products are ideal for watering vegetables, as it slowly drips irrigation with the available water directly onto the root system, delivering 90 percent of the water to the plant, and losing very little to runoff and evaporation. Get your drip irrigation and garden water hose supplies today !!
What is Drip irrigation?
Also called trickle irrigation, is a method of watering garden plants and flowers. A drip irrigation system carries water directly to the base of each individual plant, where it drips slowly, so that less water is wasted. Drip systems are often used in farms and large gardens, but are equally effective in your home garden. Drip irrigation kits are easily customizable and can be set up even by inexperienced gardeners Putting a drip system into your garden is a great do-it-yourself project that will ultimately save you time and help your plants grow.
Drip in many cases, is an ideal watering method. It saves water and fertilizer, while reducing soil erosion and nutrient leaching, by directing water only to where it is needed. It can be used in irregular, non-level gardens. Most importantly, for many gardeners, it saves time, labor, water, and energy.
Drip irrigation's disadvantages are mostly related to maintenance. Because there are many components involved, parts will occasionally need replacing---or they'll come loose, causing water waste. The cost of the some materials can make drip systems expensive to set up. Systems can clog when using unfiltered water or when lacking regular maintenance. No worry !! The Irrigator kit includes a filter system and parts are inexpensive.
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