How does subsurface irrigation work?
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Subsurface irrigation works by using an underground system of pipes to transport water directly to the root zone of plants through small holes or emitters.
The water is delivered close to the roots and allows for more efficient utilization of water and fewer evaporation losses due to the lack of contact with the air. This type of irrigation is often used in areas where surface irrigation is not possible, and can improve the success rates of crop production.