What are the different types of irrigation?
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1. Surface Irrigation: This type of irrigation involves flooding the soil with water, allowing it to saturate and penetrate evenly.
2. Drip Irrigation: This method uses small tubes or emitters to deposit water at or around the plant roots on an as-needed basis.
3. Sprinkler Irrigation: This type of irrigation makes use of a sprayer or rotating sprinkler head to spread water over a larger area.
4. Subsurface Irrigation: This involves laying pipes beneath the soil surface, allowing water to be delivered directly to the roots of the plants.
5. Micro-irrigation: This technique is designed to deliver precise amounts of water to targeted parts of the landscape, using a combination of drippers, sprays, and emitters.