What is drip irrigation and why is it beneficial?
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Drip irrigation is a method of watering plants that delivers water directly to the roots of the plants, either through small holes in the soil or by using small devices such as drippers or emitters.
This allows for moisture to be delivered at an even, steady rate and eliminates water wastage due to evaporation or runoff. It is beneficial because it reduces water usage, conserves energy, prevents erosion, and helps plants grow better by providing an optimal combination of water and oxygen to their roots.