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Every Grekkon Limited dripline provides a controlled method of watering crops. Our dripline delivers water through a system of pipes, valves, and emitters directly to the root zone of individual plants. The water is delivered in the right amounts and at the right time, so each plant gets exactly what it needs and when in need to grow optimally.
Why use a dripline?
Drip irrigation operates at low pressure as compared to sprinkler irrigation. The system works under low gravitational force so that with a raised tank or bucket, water will be flow into the drip pipes.
This method applies water directly to the soil surface (crop roots) and allows the water to percolate under low pressure and in a specific pattern.
Drip irrigation supplies water to the root zone only. Little is lost to weeds or through evaporation, which conserves a lot of water.
A dripline system work in sloppy or irregularly shaped land that is difficult water with a sprinkler system.
A drip-line slowly releases water into the soil and directly to the roots of plants. This way, there is no run-off of water on the surface of the soil. This avoids or highly reduces the chances of soil erosion.
Where are driplines use
For vegetables, pre-perforated drip pipes with emitter spacing of 15cm, 20cm or 30cm. Emitter spacing depends on the crop.
For orchards and forestry, a 16mm HDPE pipe together with adjustable button drippers. 16mm HDPE pipe puncturing is at the tree base, where a dripper inserted on the perforation.
Our drip-pipes are:
- UV treated
- 0.4mm thick
- have a flow rate of 1.6L/Hour to 2.4L/Hour
- 16mm in diameter
- have double emitter spacing at either 15cm, 20cm or 30 cm
Grekkon Limited’s technical team advises farmers design and installation of this irrigation system.
15cm/20cm/30cm spacing, Double Drippers
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