Drip Line Irrigation Improves Plant Growth & Saves Water.
No matter what shape your garden is or what slope it is on, Netafim™ sub surface drip irrigation can deliver the precise amount of water directly to the root zone with a drip line irrigation system installed by Adelaide landscapers ‘Visual Landscape Gardening’.
What is drip irrigation?
Drip irrigation is the process of delivering exact amounts of water directly to a plant’s root zone, drop by drop, offering irrigation installers exact water control with the most economical use of water possible.
Why Use Drip Line Irrigation?
From the plant’s perspective, applying water directly to a plant’s root system is the best way to ensure plant health. From a water consumption point of view, sub surface drip line irrigation eliminates water wastage common with using sprinkler systems and from a monetary point of view, drip lines are cheaper to install and have far less maintenance associated with them compared to sprinkler systems.
Netafim™ has been the world leader in drip line technology for more than 40 years, delivering water to plants where it’s needed, eliminating water loss due to evaporation, surface runoff and is unaffected by wind drift. Pressure compensating dripper’s spaced throughout the line means even with a sloping landscape, all of your plants will receive the same amount of water and work perfectly even in low mains pressure suburbs.
Eliminate leaf burn and brown spots, plus reduce weed growth by keeping the soil wet and the mulch dry.
Drip Line Irrigation Tips:
Irrigation installers from Visual Landscape Gardening have over 25 years installing drip line irrigation systems to garden beds for economical watering of plants, vegetables and flowers.
Digging in a good quality organic mulch before planting will aid drainage and root growth. Consider top dressing after the drip lines have been laid with river pebbles. They have become a popular low maintenance alternative to bark chip, don’t decompose or change colour and are wind resistant too!