Garden irrigation:

discover its importance.

One of the main problems when it comes to greenery is that of irrigation. To obtain splendid private gardens or large public works, you need expert knowledge of all available sector technologies. To design a garden irrigation system, and scrupulously follow every intervention from design through to realization, requires competence, organization and experience. Our gardenirrigation systems use various drip and localized irrigation solutions to implement innovative water saving practices.

What exactly is a drip irrigation system? Well, it is the most effective water delivery system for plants, since it supplies water directly to the root area just at the right time, so that each plant gets exactly the amount of water it needs to grow optimally. Just like human beings, plants don’t want to drink all the water they need for a month, for example, in a single day. This is why a drip irrigation system supplies water frequently but in small doses, ensuring the best growth conditions for the plants. 

Naturally, this also brings with it an environmental benefit, thanks to a considerable overall water saving. There’s no evaporation, no run-off, and, therefore, no waste. 

And, if that’s not enough, a drip irrigation system is supplies water evenly, regardless of the ground topography or type of soil.

Drip irrigation:

discover the many advantages of this solution.

Drip irrigation systems are ever more widely used in both gardening and horticulture, with many experiences testifying to their effectiveness also with field crops. The low water pressure of the system means low energy consumption and low water consumption, with the efficiency for surface dripping, calculated as the ratio of the amount of water delivered to the roots of the plants over the amount supplied to the irrigation system, at 98%. 

The economic advantages also come with, no less important, agronomic advantages. Indeed, a drip irrigation system delivers water closer to the roots of the plants, without wetting the foliage or the plant itself, thus helping prevent diseases and mitigating the impact of the wind.

Further advantages of a drip irrigation system are that, once installed, it does not require any manpower and is almost infinitely versatile. The irrigation system can be set to different flow rates, programmes and cycles, based on seasonal and daily variations, as well as climatic conditions, in order to minimize water consumption.