Drip irrigation is changing the lives of millions of farmers around the world, enabling any land to increase yields while saving water, fertilizer and energy.
Drip irrigation is the most effective water and nutrient delivery system for growing crops. It can deliver water and nutrients directly to the root area of plants at the right time and in the right amount, so each plant can accurately obtain the required plants when needed to achieve optimal growth. Thanks to agricultural drip irrigation, farmers can increase yields while saving water, fertilizer, energy, and even crop protection products.
Water and nutrients are transported in the field through pipes called "droppers", which have smaller units called "droppers". Each dripper emits water droplets containing water and fertilizer, thereby evenly applying water and nutrients to the root area of each plant throughout the field.
the reason is simple. Compared with other irrigation methods, drip tape irrigation not only provides a higher return on investment, but also provides farmers with an efficient and simple way of farm management.
Consistent high-quality output
Save a lot of water: no evaporation, no loss, no waste
100% land use-uniform drip irrigation in any terrain and soil type
Energy saving: drip irrigation is carried out under low pressure
Effective use of fertilizers and crop protection, no leaching
Reduce dependence on weather, improve stability, and reduce risk
Just like humans, plants like to obtain water and nutrients in a balanced manner. No one wants to eat food for a month a day, and so do plants. This is why drip irrigation often applies water and nutrients in small doses to ensure the best growth conditions and thus help obtain the highest yield.
This is why plants increase productivity through drip irrigation:
High water and nutrient supply
Tailored water and nutrient dosages according to plant growth needs
No saturation and good soil aeration
Avoid high salinity caused by excessive fertilization
By 2050, there will be 10 billion people living on the planet, and the per capita arable land will be reduced by 20%, making it impossible to grow enough food. Including increasing water shortages, it is clear why we need a way to increase agricultural productivity and resource efficiency. Drip irrigation system agriculture is very suitable there. By allowing farmers to produce more calories per hectare and cubic meter of water, it has changed the global agricultural economy.
Reduce the impact of drought and climate change on food production
Avoid pollution of groundwater and rivers by fertilizer leaching
Support rural communities, reduce poverty, and reduce migration to cities
Which crops are suitable for drip irrigation?
Drip irrigation can grow any crops. From field crops such as corn, soybeans or sugar cane to vegetable and tree crops. Grow in soil or in soil-free medium. On flat fields or sloping terrain, drip irrigation is suitable for all terrains. The only decision is to choose the correct drip irrigation configuration based on your crop and field conditions.
Drip irrigation is the most effective irrigation method, with a water efficiency of 95-100%. In contrast, the water efficiency of sprinkler systems is 80-85%, and the irrigation efficiency of floods and gullies is 60-70%. Efficiency is related to the effectiveness of the system on crop growth, and ultimately to farmers' output and profits.
Farmers who wish to invest in drip irrigation systems should calculate ROI instead of other irrigation methods. Since drip irrigation can significantly increase crop yields while saving inputs (water, fertilizer, energy and labor), it can recover costs in a relatively short time and bring more profits to farmers.