Irrigation is the process of artificially bringing in water that plants need but cannot be met by natural precipitation.
By another definition, irrigation is "the application of controlled amounts of water to plants at required intervals". Irrigation aids in growing agricultural crops, conserving land, and replanting in arid climates and during periods of below-average rainfall. Irrigation also includes crop protection, including frost protection, suppression of weed growth in cereal fields and prevention of soil consolidation. It also has other uses in production. In contrast, agriculture that relies solely on direct precipitation is referred to as rain-fed or dry agriculture.
Our Area of Expertise in Irrigation Methods;
- Drip Irrigation Method
- Sprinkler Irrigation Method
- Opal Pivot Irrigation Method