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What is drip irrigation? and how does it work?

Drip irrigation is a type of irrigation system where water is applied directly to the plant's roots in a slow and precise manner through a network of tubes, pipes, and emitters.
In a drip irrigation system, water is typically supplied through a main pipe or hose, which is connected to a water source such as a pump or tap. The main pipe is then connected to smaller pipes or tubes, which lead to the plants that need to be irrigated.
At the base of each plant, a small emitter or dripper is installed. These emitters release water at a controlled and slow rate, allowing water to seep into the soil and reach the plant roots directly. This method helps to conserve water by reducing evaporation and minimizing runoff.
Drip irrigation systems can be controlled by a timer or a computer-based system, which allows for precise control over the amount and frequency of water applied to each plant. This type of irrigation is widely used in agriculture, landscaping, and gardening to promote efficient water use and healthy plant growth.
VISPL offers high-quality drip irrigation systems that are manufactured using virgin materials. With a 10-year guarantee and ISI certification, our products meet BIS standards for thickness and weight. VISPL conducts rigorous laboratory testing to ensure durability, elasticity, reliability, and a long lifecycle. These systems allow for efficient irrigation day and night, saving about 50% of water. Water is applied directly to the plant's root zone, promoting healthy growth, and fertilizers can be applied through fertigation.



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Inline Flat Drip
Lateral- Online drip
Elbow
Elbow
Joiner
Joiner
Joiner-1
Joiner
Tee
Tee
Take off
Take off
End cap
End Cap
End Cap
End Cap-1
Grommet
Grommet
Lateral Valve
Lateral Valve
Emitter- 4 Lph
Emitter- 4 Lph
Emitter- 8 Lph
Emitter- 8 Lph
Emitter- 14 Lph
Emitter- 14 Lph
Venturi
Venturi
PVC Pipe
PVC Pipe
Screen Fliter
Screen Fliter
Sand Filter
Sand Filter
Disc Filter
Disc Filter
Fertigation tank
Fertigation tank

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FAQ

The best time of day for drip irrigation is early morning before sunrise or late evening after sunset when temperatures are cooler and evaporation is low.

The lifespan of a drip irrigation system depends on factors such as the quality of materials used, installation, and maintenance. A well-designed and properly maintained system can last for 20-25 years or more.

The distance covered by drip irrigation depends on various factors such as the flow rate of the emitters, the size of the pipes, and the spacing of the emitters. Typically, drip irrigation systems have an emitter spacing of 12 inches to 24 inches and can cover an area of up to 6 feet on either side of the dripline. However, some systems can be designed to cover larger areas by using higher flow rate emitters, larger pipes, and increased spacing between emitters.

Drip irrigation is expected to become more widely used in the future due to increasing water scarcity and climate change. It's a highly efficient method that can save water and improve crop yields. Drip irrigation can be combined with smart technology to optimize water use and reduce wastage, making it suitable for a range of applications from commercial farming to small gardens. Its future looks promising as a sustainable solution for efficient water use in agriculture and urban settings.



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