TeachMeFinance.com - explain Drip irrigation (trickle)
Drip irrigation (trickle) The term 'Drip irrigation (trickle)' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' An irrigation method in which water is delivered to or near each plant in small-diameter plastic tubing. The water is then discharged at a rate less than the soil infiltration capacity through pores, perforations, or small emitters on the tubing. The tubing may be laid on the soil surface, be shallowly buried, or be supported above the surface (as on grape trellises)'.
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