Summer is always an exciting time for gardeners. As the air and soil warm, plants will grow at their peak outdoors and thrive during this time of year. Gardeners and farmers around the world look forward to every warm growing season.
Greenhouses have long been staples for nurseries and commercial growers. They allow these pros to grow a large and steady supply of plants year-round.
But the benefits of greenhouses have made them increasingly popular among home gardeners too. Besides extending your growing season by letting you control heat and humidity; a good greenhouse offers other perks.
Drip irrigation offers many benefits for gardeners, farmers and anyone else who grows things. But what are the environmental benefits of drip irrigation? Compared to traditional irrigating methods, the benefits of drip irrigation system use include a big savings in water use. That will cut your expenses, no matter what your source of water.
The world is gradually warming, and the weather is becoming more unpredictable. Some regions are experiencing lengthy droughts, while others are becoming subject to more powerful and frequent storms.
It is important for each of us to do what we can to keep the earth in balance. If you live in an arid region, a place that experiences seasonal dry spells or somewhere that has experienced a significant decline in rainfall, it is crucial now more than ever to use sustainable irrigation solutions.
What Components Are Used in a Drip System?
Here at DripWorks, customers sometimes ask us what components are needed for drip irrigation. The answer to this good question really depends on your situation, the crops you are growing, where you live and other factors. Here is a general guide to help you better understand what’s available.
If you are looking to save money, you will probably want to consider a DIY garden watering system. Given the potentially high cost of installation, doing it yourself can save a substantial sum. DripWorks is happy to help with these tips on how to build a garden watering system.