How does micro irrigation work?
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Micro irrigation is a method of watering plants that delivers water and nutrients directly to the root system of the plants through a network of pipes and small nozzles. This process uses less water than traditional irrigation methods, resulting in greater water efficiency and conservation.
The nozzles emit droplets of water or nutrient solution that slowly release over the course of several hours, allowing the soil to absorb the water before it can evaporate or run off.