Drip Irrigation Suppliers in Namibia

Drip Irrigation Suppliers in Namibia

What is Drip Irrigation ?

Drip irrigation or trickle irrigation is a type of micro-irrigation system that has the potential to save water and nutrients by allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants, either from above the soil surface or buried below the surface.

Drip Irrigation Suppliers in Namibia

Namibia imports most of its Drip irrigation from India, China and United Kingdom . The top 3 importers of Drip irrigation are India with 8,941 …

Frequently Asked Questions

Which company is best in drip irrigation?

EcofloIndia is one of the best drip irrigation system company in India and worldwide . We are one of the best manufacturers of irrigation systems and also have the best micro irrigation systems in India as well as abroad . Drip/ micro irrigation is the process of giving water directly to the root-zone of the plants.

How much does it cost to build a drip irrigation system?

On average, residential drip irrigation systems cost $350 or between $200 and $850. DIY solutions start as low as $20, while agricultural or large-scale systems can cost up to $3,500 per acre.

What is the cheapest way to do drip irrigation?

$50 or Less Drip Irrigation System

The idea is to have a rainwater barrel at the top of the garden. Put netting over it to stop debris from getting in the water and clogging the PVC pipe. From there, the PVC pipe is run from the barrel all the way around the garden to water adequately.

What is the best material for drip irrigation?

Polyethylene is the go to tubing material for professional horticultural applications.

What are the disadvantages of drip irrigation?

  • Expensive initial cost can be more than overhead systems (commercial system)
  • The sun can affect the tubes used for drip irrigation, shortening their usable life.
  • If the water is not properly filtered and the equipment not properly maintained, it can result in clogging.

How many meters of drip irrigation per acre?

The drip tapes come in rolls of different sizes. For the one acre drip irrigation kit, the drip tapes come in rolls of either 1,500 metres or 2,000 metres. The drip tapes are usually 16mm diameter size. They also come in thicknesses of 0.20mm and 0.30mm.

How much flow is needed for drip irrigation?

Most drip tape systems put out ¼ gallon per hour at each emitter. Drip line systems can put out ½ gallon or 1 gallon per emitter or sometimes more depending on what you are watering. So, for tape that puts out ¼ gallon at each emitter, a 300 gallon per hour well will accommodate 1200 emitters.

What is the new technology for drip irrigation?

N-Drip is the first and only micro irrigation solution powered by gravity. A disruptive technology that provides precise irrigation, N-Drip produces higher yields while saving water, without adding energy or needing water filtration.

What are the four types of drip irrigation?

There are four main types of drip irrigation: soaker hoses (also sometimes known as porous soaker lines), emitter systems, drip tapes, and micro-misting systems. Each system has different features and benefits depending on your needs.

How do you calculate drip irrigation?

  • Area x Average water loss = Required Litres per day.
  • ( Dripline length in metres ÷ Dripper spacing in metres) x Litre output = L/h (Litres per hour)
  • L/h ÷ 60 = L/m (Litres per minute)
  • Required Litres per day ÷ L/m = Run time.