An Jarl Enterprise Co., Ltd

An Jarl enterprise co., ltd. is an ISO 9001:2015 certified factory. Our product series include sprinkler hose (rain pipe, rain tape, micro spray tube) irrigation system farm irrigation sprinklers, flat hoses, flat water hose, flexible pipe, flexible tube, flat garden hoses, soaker hose (soaker tube), micro irrigation jets and emitters etc. We are a manufacturer of many types of irrigation equipment, water hose and watering pipe, T fitting & other fittings for greenhouse farm irrigation system and field irrigation system. Otherwise we have many farm agriculture & horticulture accessories, farm equipment, farm implements, farm parts and farm accessories for farm agriculture useage too. For example silver-black plastic mulch film, tunnel farming films, nursery accessories - seedling trays, agriculture net, cooling & humidifying fog nozzles system etc. Our brand “DEAR DEER” is well-known in many farm agriculture area. Our products are used in many farmlands such as the planting of melons, fruits, vegetables, trees, tea, flowers and so on. Our customers are distributed in Taiwan, Japan, China and Southeast Asia. Especially we supply many sprinkler hose for farm irrigation of oil palm nursery these years in Malaysia and Indonesia. Now we add our agriculture & garden implements to a wider range. Besides more products used in open farmland we also supply net house accessories and greenhouse accessories. Also we have hanging sprinkler hoses which can be hung in greenhouse and outdoors for micro irrigation to sprinkle mistily. We produce new items every year, hear from customers and develop the products what they need. We do the best service to our customers, hope we can be a main agriculture & horticulture accessories supplier and an supporter for farm workers all over the world.

Sprinkler Hose, Agricultural Irrigation Pipe

An Jarl Enterprise Co., Ltd is one of the world's leading premium brands for sprinkler hose, agricultural irrigation pipe. The family business, which was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Taiwan, stands for innovation, tradition and exceptional style. An Jarl Enterprise Co., Ltd is a well-reputed organization dealing with the manufacturing and supplying of rain pipe, micro irrigation, soaker hose and other relative accessories. Moreover, we have always been committed to reaching new heights in innovation, leadership and customer satisfaction.
“SPRINKLER HOSE”(also named rain tape, rain pipe, spray tube etc.) IRRIGATION SYSTEM
“Sprinkler hose”(also named rain tape, rain pipe, spray tube etc.) irrigation system is the easiest and cheapest way for farm irrigation. Not only easy installation, easy maintenance, low cost, no plug, easy process, low water pressure, low energy consumption.

※ The best and easiest way for small & medium area farm irrigation ※

"Sprinkler hose"(also named rain tape, rain pipe, spray tube etc.) is a flat hose with many pores on the hose to spray water mistily.
It is suitable for any dry land crops. There are different types of hose, different watering pore patterns, used for different crops and different farmlands. It can be used on open farmland, sandy land, greenhouses, net house. Especially it is suitable for the plants require more water in short time.

The useful lifetime of “Sprinkler hose”(also named rain tape, rain pipe, spray tube etc.) is about 2-5 years, depending on how to use and how to maintain.

Most of “Sprinkler hose” laying on the ground, but our type AJ-105H (called wing-type hanging sprinkler hose) is hang in the air. It can be hanged suspended to spray in the air.

When to use it by laid on the ground, “Sprinkler hose will spray water upward into the air, and then fell down like soft rain to irrigate the fragile leaves. And when in the way of using hose under the mulch film, spray pores are farther away from the center line. To spray in a low angle . Plants can grow outward from the holes on the mulch film. “Sprinkler hose” is under the mulch film, in line with planting lines close to the crops
.
To irrigate under mulch film, the water discharged from the pores on “Sprinkler hose”, flow directly onto crops root. And also, the liquid fertilizer can be applied at the same time if necessary,

In fact, this way of irrigation with sprinkler hose, the watering rate is faster than drip irrigation. Not just like that, the advantages of sprinkler hose irrigation method are less clogging happened and it needs only very low water pressure to make it work, sometimes it doesn't even need an electric power or any kind of energy in the small area irrigation by putting a 50 gallon tank up on a 2 meter high rack as the water supply.


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Irrigation sprinkler hose AJ-101

Irrigation Sprinkler Hose Single, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, oaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi

DEAR DEER AJ-101 single irrigation sprinkler hose is a flat hose with thin wall to be punched continuously under certain distance of perforations (the distance could be custom required or just be at regular distance about 18 cm) on one side of the hose, it was now well used around the world in farm and garden irrigation, and probably the easiest and cheapest way of irrigation which with most high efficiency and lowest labor cost way of modern irrigation. It irrigates gently, just like natural light rain.
Irrigation Sprinkler Hose is also named as rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, oaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi. AJ-101 is a single hose. The cheapest irrigation hose.

• This flat irrigation hose were also named as rain tape, rain pipe, spray tube, rain hose, perforated tube, the sprinkler hose etc. In different area or countries. The micro water spray produced by sprinkler hose will make it the mistiest irrigation system, it's much more mistier and softer than traditional sprinklers. It's easy to be installed, with T fittings or cross fittings, alone with rigid pipes or flexible tubes and control valve to form a farm irrigation system, easy to maintain, high efficientcy, low labor cost, easy clog elimination, and with only very low pressure & energy to operate.
• This system is especially useful for field irrigation of crops and plants which need water in short time in dry farmland. The service life of sprinkler hose is around 2 to 5 years depends on how your maintenance is and the way you use it. If you use it under the cover of mulch, it even can be used longer. But please be noted: this system is basically used under low working pressure only.

• If you need to irrigate for a longer distance, or you use it under higher pressure, then you need a thicker one which can be customized, Our regularly product of hose thickness is now ranged 0.2 mm~0.425 mm, working pressure ranged from 0.5 bar to 1.2 bar. And it is better keep it

• Most of our sprinkler hoses are for laid on ground except AJ-104H or AJ-105 which were hanging up in the air to spray downward. But all of them are flexible tubes.

• When use sprinkler hose to irrigate. You should first close the end of hose with end clip and then open the water to flow into hose. The water then sprays out evenly on the farmland on both sides of the hose.

• If the water is clean enough, there is not need to use filter. If the water is bit of turbid, you just to open the end clip once in a while and let the sand flush out to keep away from clogging.
• This Single Sprinkler Hose can be used as the drip hose too in shorter length, once pressure is very low.

• Our company can design and produce different types of perforation on this flat hose for different need. Our sprinkler hose brand "DEAR DEER" is famous in China, South East Asia and Taiwan and wined high reputation. And now, our products are continually expanding to more countries around the world.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-irrigation

Micro-irrigation, also called localised irrigation, low volume irrigation, low-flow irrigation, or trickle irrigation is an irrigation method with lower pressure and flow than a traditional sprinkler system. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops, orchards, and vineyards. It is also used in horticulture in wholesale nurseries, in landscaping for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens, and in the science and practice of restoration ecology and environmental remediation.


Contents
Description
There are several types of micro-irrigation systems. Many of the components are the same for all of these types of systems. Most systems typically include filters, pipes, valves, and tubing. The main difference is in the type of emission device that is used to deliver the water to the plants. Drip irrigation utilizes drip emitters that deliver water at very low rates. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.0 gallons per hour. In some systems, the emitters are installed manually on the outside of the tubing and placed where needed. Other systems might use integral dripper line or drip tape with the emitters already installed at a predetermined spacing. Micro-sprinklers, which can include fixed stream sprays and rotating spinners typically deliver water at a higher rate, such as 10 to 25 gallons per hour and will cover a larger area than drip emitters. These are more typically used in tree orchards where the plants are larger. The goal is to distribute water slowly in small volumes and target it to plants' root zones with less runoff or overspray than landscape and garden conventional spray and rotary sprinklers. The low volume allows the water to penetrate and be absorbed into slow-percolation soils, such as clay, minimizing water runoff.

System components
There are a wide variety of system components included in a micro-irrigation systems. Most systems include a filter. These may include pre-filters, sand separators, media filters, screen filters, and disc filters. The level of filtration required depends on the size of the emission device and the quality of the water source. A pressure regulator or regulating valve may be required to reduce the system pressure to the desired level. Automatic or manually operated valves will be required to switch from one irrigated section to another. An irrigation controller will be used with automatic systems and may also be needed for back flushing the filter or sand separator. Since water conservation is a frequent reason for choosing micro-irrigation systems, soil moisture sensors, rain shutoff sensors, and sometimes even weather stations may be installed.

Emission devices
Microtubing
Microtubing is one of the oldest types of drip irrigation devices and was used in greenhouses in the 1970s. It consists of a very small diameter tubing. Flow is regulated purely by the length and diameter of the tubing. Weights or stakes are sometimes attached to the end of the tubing to keep it in place.

Fixed flow drip emitters
Low-flow irrigation systems in gardens using drip apply water through two methods:

pre installed small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface or
self cleaning emitters, in different precipitation rates, pre installed or contractor installed for different rate emitters on same supply line (i.e. trees-higher, perennials-lower). The Flexible supply pipe can be buried either underground or pinned on the surface and buried under
Low volume irrigation systems often use the two delivery components of drip systems to apply water through small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface of the field. This is done instead of agricultural surface irrigation and furrow irrigation for vegetables, fruits and berries, and other high-value crops.

Adjustable drip emitters
Trickle emitters, also called 'spider sprays,' come in fixed or adjustable radius shapes and diameters, and are installed directly on the flexible supply pipe or on tubing connected to it, and mounted on small stakes. Trickle emitter-'Spider sprays' work well for plants with more fibrous root systems, tree and large shrub basins, and in pots and container gardens - allowing automated watering of plants on decks and patios. Mist emitters can also be used in pot, both on the ground and hanging, with humidity-fog watering for epiphytes and ferns replicating habitats.

In the Horticulture industry, wholesale growers and plant nurseries often use the trickle emitters for 5-US-gallon (19 L) and larger container stock, to automate watering. Attached to longer supply tubing on short stakes, they are easily movable to new containers when stock is moved or sold. Mist emitters are used for propagation, epiphytes, and other plants needing higher humidity.

Micro-sprinklers
Low volume micro-sprinklers may be attached to hard plastic risers or attached to standard sprinkler heads, but are more typically mounted on stakes and attached to small diameter micro-tubing connected to polyethylene tubing with a barbed connector. Some micro-sprinklers have a fixed spray or stream pattern, while others rotate. These are installed above ground and are often used for fruit and nut orchards and vineyards. These systems are expensive, even for large-scale agricultural use, and are predominantly used for high-value crops.

Macro-Drip irrigation
High-volume, low-pressure irrigation systems for container gardening are known as Macro-Drip. A pressure regulator lowers the water pressure to under 30 pounds per square inch while a relatively large diameter hose or pipe delivers the water directly to a sprinkler head.[1] This allows a larger volume of water to reach the flowerpot in a short amount of time, which will then be absorbed into the roots of the plant.

Sprinkler
Sprinkler Irrigation[2] is the process of providing water to your land. This process works with the number of pipes. It is then partitioned with the help of Sprinklers that spreads the water all over in an equal balance. One can gain optimum solutions by installing sprinkler Irrigation. Sprinkler Irrigation helps in decreasing the labor cost saves upto 20% - 40% water supply. It can be applied to any soil that helps to increase crop production. There are a wide variety of sprinklers available in the market. One can choose carefully from the best of sprinkler systems.

Ecological restoration and phytoremediation projects
Low-flow irrigation systems are used on some native plant habitat restoration and environmental remediation projects. The lower operating pressure can be the only choice for remote locations with wells or small storage tank water sources. It is used in temporary installations during initial establishment periods, and being on the soil surface easily removable with minimal damage to the recovering plant community. An example is its use in riparian zone restoration, and environmental remediation projects using Phytoremediation and Bioremediation techniques.

Water conservation and regulations
As municipal and agricultural water supplies become more limited; through increased population demands, droughts, and climate change; city, water district, and state-province level regulations and codes are beginning to encourage, offer rebates with use, or mandate significantly reduced water allowances, at higher costs, that are bringing many water conservation products and techniques both to the forefront and more competitively matched to traditional irrigation system costs.

Use of micro-irrigation systems on green building candidate projects can help them to accumulate points for LEED - (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification rating and awards.

See also
Deficit irrigation
Drip irrigation
Irrigation in viticulture
Groundwater recharge
Water conservation
References
Garden Time TV (2019-04-26), Daisy Rain Garden System, retrieved 2019-04-29
"How do Sprinkler Irrigation Systems Work? | Automat Industries". Automat Irrigation Blog. 2019-08-06. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
This article incorporates public domain material from the Congressional Research Service document "Report for Congress: Agriculture: A Glossary of Terms, Programs, and Laws, 2005 Edition" by Jasper Womach.
External links
DWP-Be Water wise blog: "The Garden Spot"
Categories: Irrigation Low-flow irrigation systems Water conservation Sustainable agriculture Sustainable gardening



What is the best pipe for irrigation system?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose is one of best pipes for irrigation.

How does a lawn irrigation system work?
Use our irrigation sprinkler hose can irrigate garden or lawn well.

How much is irrigation pipe?
Sprinkler hose irrigation is an excellent choice of low cost.

How do you connect PVC to sprinklers?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose has many fittings to connect PVC pipe.

Irrigation sprinkler hose AJ-102

DEAR DEER Twin Irrigation Sprinkler Hose, sprinkler tape, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, soaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi

  • DEAR DEER AJ-102 twin irrigation sprinkler hose: two pores hoses of width 50mm run together. It is steady when it is sprinkling then keep sprinkling direction correct. There is only 1 size (6'*2)of it. 
  • Irrigation sprinkler hose is a tape like flat garden hose. This flat garden hose have many tiny pores on the flat hose wall. It is a micro irrigation system, with water which sprayed mistier than any sprinklers. Sprinkler hose is also said as sprinkler tape, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, soaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi etc. It irrigates gently, just like natural light rain. You can easily install several sprinkler hoses with T fittings, rigid pipes or flexible pipes and control valve as a farm irrigation system which easy to be maintained, cost-efficient, easy clog elimination, short irrigation time, low irrigation pressure, low energy consumption. It is useful for field irrigation of crops in dry farmland.
  • There are different ways to irrigate different type of farming such as open field, greenhouse or net house etc. This flat hose is especially useful for the plants which need to be watering in a short time.
  • The useful lifetime of sprinkler hose is around 2 to 5 years depended on situation how your use it. Our sprinkler hose branded "DEAR DEER" is famous with high reputation in China, South East Asia and Taiwan. And now our "DEAR DEER" products are continually expanding to more and more countries around world.



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-irrigation

Micro-irrigation, also called localised irrigation, low volume irrigation, low-flow irrigation, or trickle irrigation is an irrigation method with lower pressure and flow than a traditional sprinkler system. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops, orchards, and vineyards. It is also used in horticulture in wholesale nurseries, in landscaping for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens, and in the science and practice of restoration ecology and environmental remediation.


Contents
Description
There are several types of micro-irrigation systems. Many of the components are the same for all of these types of systems. Most systems typically include filters, pipes, valves, and tubing. The main difference is in the type of emission device that is used to deliver the water to the plants. Drip irrigation utilizes drip emitters that deliver water at very low rates. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.0 gallons per hour. In some systems, the emitters are installed manually on the outside of the tubing and placed where needed. Other systems might use integral dripper line or drip tape with the emitters already installed at a predetermined spacing. Micro-sprinklers, which can include fixed stream sprays and rotating spinners typically deliver water at a higher rate, such as 10 to 25 gallons per hour and will cover a larger area than drip emitters. These are more typically used in tree orchards where the plants are larger. The goal is to distribute water slowly in small volumes and target it to plants' root zones with less runoff or overspray than landscape and garden conventional spray and rotary sprinklers. The low volume allows the water to penetrate and be absorbed into slow-percolation soils, such as clay, minimizing water runoff.

System components
There are a wide variety of system components included in a micro-irrigation systems. Most systems include a filter. These may include pre-filters, sand separators, media filters, screen filters, and disc filters. The level of filtration required depends on the size of the emission device and the quality of the water source. A pressure regulator or regulating valve may be required to reduce the system pressure to the desired level. Automatic or manually operated valves will be required to switch from one irrigated section to another. An irrigation controller will be used with automatic systems and may also be needed for back flushing the filter or sand separator. Since water conservation is a frequent reason for choosing micro-irrigation systems, soil moisture sensors, rain shutoff sensors, and sometimes even weather stations may be installed.

Emission devices
Microtubing
Microtubing is one of the oldest types of drip irrigation devices and was used in greenhouses in the 1970s. It consists of a very small diameter tubing. Flow is regulated purely by the length and diameter of the tubing. Weights or stakes are sometimes attached to the end of the tubing to keep it in place.

Fixed flow drip emitters
Low-flow irrigation systems in gardens using drip apply water through two methods:

pre installed small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface or
self cleaning emitters, in different precipitation rates, pre installed or contractor installed for different rate emitters on same supply line (i.e. trees-higher, perennials-lower). The Flexible supply pipe can be buried either underground or pinned on the surface and buried under
Low volume irrigation systems often use the two delivery components of drip systems to apply water through small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface of the field. This is done instead of agricultural surface irrigation and furrow irrigation for vegetables, fruits and berries, and other high-value crops.

Adjustable drip emitters
Trickle emitters, also called 'spider sprays,' come in fixed or adjustable radius shapes and diameters, and are installed directly on the flexible supply pipe or on tubing connected to it, and mounted on small stakes. Trickle emitter-'Spider sprays' work well for plants with more fibrous root systems, tree and large shrub basins, and in pots and container gardens - allowing automated watering of plants on decks and patios. Mist emitters can also be used in pot, both on the ground and hanging, with humidity-fog watering for epiphytes and ferns replicating habitats.

In the Horticulture industry, wholesale growers and plant nurseries often use the trickle emitters for 5-US-gallon (19 L) and larger container stock, to automate watering. Attached to longer supply tubing on short stakes, they are easily movable to new containers when stock is moved or sold. Mist emitters are used for propagation, epiphytes, and other plants needing higher humidity.

Micro-sprinklers
Low volume micro-sprinklers may be attached to hard plastic risers or attached to standard sprinkler heads, but are more typically mounted on stakes and attached to small diameter micro-tubing connected to polyethylene tubing with a barbed connector. Some micro-sprinklers have a fixed spray or stream pattern, while others rotate. These are installed above ground and are often used for fruit and nut orchards and vineyards. These systems are expensive, even for large-scale agricultural use, and are predominantly used for high-value crops.

Macro-Drip irrigation
High-volume, low-pressure irrigation systems for container gardening are known as Macro-Drip. A pressure regulator lowers the water pressure to under 30 pounds per square inch while a relatively large diameter hose or pipe delivers the water directly to a sprinkler head.[1] This allows a larger volume of water to reach the flowerpot in a short amount of time, which will then be absorbed into the roots of the plant.

Sprinkler
Sprinkler Irrigation[2] is the process of providing water to your land. This process works with the number of pipes. It is then partitioned with the help of Sprinklers that spreads the water all over in an equal balance. One can gain optimum solutions by installing sprinkler Irrigation. Sprinkler Irrigation helps in decreasing the labor cost saves upto 20% - 40% water supply. It can be applied to any soil that helps to increase crop production. There are a wide variety of sprinklers available in the market. One can choose carefully from the best of sprinkler systems.

Ecological restoration and phytoremediation projects
Low-flow irrigation systems are used on some native plant habitat restoration and environmental remediation projects. The lower operating pressure can be the only choice for remote locations with wells or small storage tank water sources. It is used in temporary installations during initial establishment periods, and being on the soil surface easily removable with minimal damage to the recovering plant community. An example is its use in riparian zone restoration, and environmental remediation projects using Phytoremediation and Bioremediation techniques.

Water conservation and regulations
As municipal and agricultural water supplies become more limited; through increased population demands, droughts, and climate change; city, water district, and state-province level regulations and codes are beginning to encourage, offer rebates with use, or mandate significantly reduced water allowances, at higher costs, that are bringing many water conservation products and techniques both to the forefront and more competitively matched to traditional irrigation system costs.

Use of micro-irrigation systems on green building candidate projects can help them to accumulate points for LEED - (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification rating and awards.

See also
Deficit irrigation
Drip irrigation
Irrigation in viticulture
Groundwater recharge
Water conservation
References
Garden Time TV (2019-04-26), Daisy Rain Garden System, retrieved 2019-04-29
"How do Sprinkler Irrigation Systems Work? | Automat Industries". Automat Irrigation Blog. 2019-08-06. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
This article incorporates public domain material from the Congressional Research Service document "Report for Congress: Agriculture: A Glossary of Terms, Programs, and Laws, 2005 Edition" by Jasper Womach.
External links
DWP-Be Water wise blog: "The Garden Spot"
Categories: Irrigation Low-flow irrigation systems Water conservation Sustainable agriculture Sustainable gardening



What is the best pipe for irrigation system?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose is one of best pipes for irrigation.

How does a lawn irrigation system work?
Use our irrigation sprinkler hose can irrigate garden or lawn well.

How much is irrigation pipe?
Sprinkler hose irrigation is an excellent choice of low cost.

How do you connect PVC to sprinklers?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose has many fittings to connect PVC pipe.

Irrigation sprinkler hose AJ-103

Triple Irrigation Sprinkler Hose, sprinkler tape, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, soaker hose for farm irrigation

  • AJ-103 triple Sprinkler hose: 3 parallel hoses link together. At both sides, there are 2 non-porous small tubes attached beside the main hose. Small tubes can protect main hose be scratched or bitten by animals. It is also to help hose keep steady, while spray water in the right direction. Irrigation Sprinkler Hose is a thin flat hose with some tiny pores on the wall for farm irrigation. In general it is rolled up like a tape roll. , Irrigation Sprinkler Hose is also said as sprinkler tape, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, soaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi etc. This irrigation system is suitable for any dry land crops. With different types and pore patterns, it is used in farm irrigation for different crops at different farmlands such as sandy land, open field, greenhouses, net house etc. DEAR DEER sprinkler hose irrigation system is low material cost, clogging preventing, quick watering, low operating pressure, energy saving, easy to install and maintain. It irrigates gently, just like natural light rain. Most of Sprinkler hose lay on the ground, but some types are laid under mulch film or hang on the air. AJ-103 triple irrigation sprinkler hose: there are two small tubes with no perforation run at two sides of main sprinkling hose. The small tubes can protect main hose not to be destroyed from scrape or animal bite at farmland. Also it is steady when it is sprinkling then keep sprinkling direction correct.
  • Irrigation Sprinkler hose is a tape like flat garden hose. This flat garden hose have many tiny holes on the flat hose wall. It is a micro irrigation system, mistier than any irrigation sprinklers. We can easily install several sprinkler hoses with T fittings, rigid pipes or flexible pipes and control valve as a farm irrigation system which easy to be maintained, cost-efficient, easy block elimination, short irrigation time, low irrigation pressure & energy. It is useful for field irrigation of crops in dry farmland. Our sprinkler hose branded "DEAR DEER" is famous in China, south east Asia and Taiwan and win high reputation. Now our "DEAR DEER" products are continually expanding to more countries around world.
  • There are different ways to sprinkle for different farming such as open field, greenhouse, net house etc. This flat hose is especial useful for the plants which need water in short time.
  • Useful life of sprinkler hose is around 2 to 5 years depended on your need. Our sprinkler hose branded "DEAR DEER" is famous in China, south east Asia and Taiwan and win high reputation. Now our "DEAR DEER" products are continually expanding to more countries around world.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-irrigation

Micro-irrigation, also called localised irrigation, low volume irrigation, low-flow irrigation, or trickle irrigation is an irrigation method with lower pressure and flow than a traditional sprinkler system. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops, orchards, and vineyards. It is also used in horticulture in wholesale nurseries, in landscaping for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens, and in the science and practice of restoration ecology and environmental remediation.


Contents
Description
There are several types of micro-irrigation systems. Many of the components are the same for all of these types of systems. Most systems typically include filters, pipes, valves, and tubing. The main difference is in the type of emission device that is used to deliver the water to the plants. Drip irrigation utilizes drip emitters that deliver water at very low rates. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.0 gallons per hour. In some systems, the emitters are installed manually on the outside of the tubing and placed where needed. Other systems might use integral dripper line or drip tape with the emitters already installed at a predetermined spacing. Micro-sprinklers, which can include fixed stream sprays and rotating spinners typically deliver water at a higher rate, such as 10 to 25 gallons per hour and will cover a larger area than drip emitters. These are more typically used in tree orchards where the plants are larger. The goal is to distribute water slowly in small volumes and target it to plants' root zones with less runoff or overspray than landscape and garden conventional spray and rotary sprinklers. The low volume allows the water to penetrate and be absorbed into slow-percolation soils, such as clay, minimizing water runoff.

System components
There are a wide variety of system components included in a micro-irrigation systems. Most systems include a filter. These may include pre-filters, sand separators, media filters, screen filters, and disc filters. The level of filtration required depends on the size of the emission device and the quality of the water source. A pressure regulator or regulating valve may be required to reduce the system pressure to the desired level. Automatic or manually operated valves will be required to switch from one irrigated section to another. An irrigation controller will be used with automatic systems and may also be needed for back flushing the filter or sand separator. Since water conservation is a frequent reason for choosing micro-irrigation systems, soil moisture sensors, rain shutoff sensors, and sometimes even weather stations may be installed.

Emission devices
Microtubing
Microtubing is one of the oldest types of drip irrigation devices and was used in greenhouses in the 1970s. It consists of a very small diameter tubing. Flow is regulated purely by the length and diameter of the tubing. Weights or stakes are sometimes attached to the end of the tubing to keep it in place.

Fixed flow drip emitters
Low-flow irrigation systems in gardens using drip apply water through two methods:

pre installed small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface or
self cleaning emitters, in different precipitation rates, pre installed or contractor installed for different rate emitters on same supply line (i.e. trees-higher, perennials-lower). The Flexible supply pipe can be buried either underground or pinned on the surface and buried under
Low volume irrigation systems often use the two delivery components of drip systems to apply water through small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface of the field. This is done instead of agricultural surface irrigation and furrow irrigation for vegetables, fruits and berries, and other high-value crops.

Adjustable drip emitters
Trickle emitters, also called 'spider sprays,' come in fixed or adjustable radius shapes and diameters, and are installed directly on the flexible supply pipe or on tubing connected to it, and mounted on small stakes. Trickle emitter-'Spider sprays' work well for plants with more fibrous root systems, tree and large shrub basins, and in pots and container gardens - allowing automated watering of plants on decks and patios. Mist emitters can also be used in pot, both on the ground and hanging, with humidity-fog watering for epiphytes and ferns replicating habitats.

In the Horticulture industry, wholesale growers and plant nurseries often use the trickle emitters for 5-US-gallon (19 L) and larger container stock, to automate watering. Attached to longer supply tubing on short stakes, they are easily movable to new containers when stock is moved or sold. Mist emitters are used for propagation, epiphytes, and other plants needing higher humidity.

Micro-sprinklers
Low volume micro-sprinklers may be attached to hard plastic risers or attached to standard sprinkler heads, but are more typically mounted on stakes and attached to small diameter micro-tubing connected to polyethylene tubing with a barbed connector. Some micro-sprinklers have a fixed spray or stream pattern, while others rotate. These are installed above ground and are often used for fruit and nut orchards and vineyards. These systems are expensive, even for large-scale agricultural use, and are predominantly used for high-value crops.

Macro-Drip irrigation
High-volume, low-pressure irrigation systems for container gardening are known as Macro-Drip. A pressure regulator lowers the water pressure to under 30 pounds per square inch while a relatively large diameter hose or pipe delivers the water directly to a sprinkler head.[1] This allows a larger volume of water to reach the flowerpot in a short amount of time, which will then be absorbed into the roots of the plant.

Sprinkler
Sprinkler Irrigation[2] is the process of providing water to your land. This process works with the number of pipes. It is then partitioned with the help of Sprinklers that spreads the water all over in an equal balance. One can gain optimum solutions by installing sprinkler Irrigation. Sprinkler Irrigation helps in decreasing the labor cost saves upto 20% - 40% water supply. It can be applied to any soil that helps to increase crop production. There are a wide variety of sprinklers available in the market. One can choose carefully from the best of sprinkler systems.

Ecological restoration and phytoremediation projects
Low-flow irrigation systems are used on some native plant habitat restoration and environmental remediation projects. The lower operating pressure can be the only choice for remote locations with wells or small storage tank water sources. It is used in temporary installations during initial establishment periods, and being on the soil surface easily removable with minimal damage to the recovering plant community. An example is its use in riparian zone restoration, and environmental remediation projects using Phytoremediation and Bioremediation techniques.

Water conservation and regulations
As municipal and agricultural water supplies become more limited; through increased population demands, droughts, and climate change; city, water district, and state-province level regulations and codes are beginning to encourage, offer rebates with use, or mandate significantly reduced water allowances, at higher costs, that are bringing many water conservation products and techniques both to the forefront and more competitively matched to traditional irrigation system costs.

Use of micro-irrigation systems on green building candidate projects can help them to accumulate points for LEED - (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification rating and awards.

See also
Deficit irrigation
Drip irrigation
Irrigation in viticulture
Groundwater recharge
Water conservation
References
Garden Time TV (2019-04-26), Daisy Rain Garden System, retrieved 2019-04-29
"How do Sprinkler Irrigation Systems Work? | Automat Industries". Automat Irrigation Blog. 2019-08-06. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
This article incorporates public domain material from the Congressional Research Service document "Report for Congress: Agriculture: A Glossary of Terms, Programs, and Laws, 2005 Edition" by Jasper Womach.
External links
DWP-Be Water wise blog: "The Garden Spot"
Categories: Irrigation Low-flow irrigation systems Water conservation Sustainable agriculture Sustainable gardening



Irrigation sprinkler hose AJ-104

DEAR DEER Wings Irrigation Sprinkler Hose, rain tape, rain pipe, micro spray tube, soaker hose, farm irrigation hose with 2 wings protection

  • AJ-104 DEAR DEER wings irrigation sprinkler hose: there are two wings run at two sides of main sprinkling hose. The wings can protect main hose not to be destroyed from scrape or animal bite at farmland. Also it is steady when it is sprinkling then keep sprinkling direction correct. This type is not such steady as AJ-103 but price is lower.
  • For side protection only there is type AJ-104S with shorter wings. 
  • Also there is type AJ-104H with holes on the wing which can be hung over head by the hooks.
  • Irrigation Sprinkler hose is a tape like flat garden hose. This flat garden hose have many tiny holes on the flat hose wall. It a micro irrigation system, mistier than any irrigation sprinklers. DEAR DEER sprinkler hose is also named as sprinkler tape, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, soaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi, irrigation hose etc. Used in garden irrigation and farm irrigation. We can easily install several sprinkler hoses with T fittings, rigid pipes or flexible pipes and control valve as a farm irrigation system which easy to be maintained, cost-efficient, easy block elimination, short irrigation time, low irrigation pressure & energy. DEAR DEER sprinkler hose is useful for field irrigation or garden irrigation of crops in dry farmland. It irrigates gently, just like natural light rain.
  • There are different ways to sprinkle for different farming such as open field, greenhouse, net house etc. This flat hose is especial useful for the plants which need water in short time.



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-irrigation

Micro-irrigation, also called localised irrigation, low volume irrigation, low-flow irrigation, or trickle irrigation is an irrigation method with lower pressure and flow than a traditional sprinkler system. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops, orchards, and vineyards. It is also used in horticulture in wholesale nurseries, in landscaping for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens, and in the science and practice of restoration ecology and environmental remediation.


Contents
Description
There are several types of micro-irrigation systems. Many of the components are the same for all of these types of systems. Most systems typically include filters, pipes, valves, and tubing. The main difference is in the type of emission device that is used to deliver the water to the plants. Drip irrigation utilizes drip emitters that deliver water at very low rates. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.0 gallons per hour. In some systems, the emitters are installed manually on the outside of the tubing and placed where needed. Other systems might use integral dripper line or drip tape with the emitters already installed at a predetermined spacing. Micro-sprinklers, which can include fixed stream sprays and rotating spinners typically deliver water at a higher rate, such as 10 to 25 gallons per hour and will cover a larger area than drip emitters. These are more typically used in tree orchards where the plants are larger. The goal is to distribute water slowly in small volumes and target it to plants' root zones with less runoff or overspray than landscape and garden conventional spray and rotary sprinklers. The low volume allows the water to penetrate and be absorbed into slow-percolation soils, such as clay, minimizing water runoff.

System components
There are a wide variety of system components included in a micro-irrigation systems. Most systems include a filter. These may include pre-filters, sand separators, media filters, screen filters, and disc filters. The level of filtration required depends on the size of the emission device and the quality of the water source. A pressure regulator or regulating valve may be required to reduce the system pressure to the desired level. Automatic or manually operated valves will be required to switch from one irrigated section to another. An irrigation controller will be used with automatic systems and may also be needed for back flushing the filter or sand separator. Since water conservation is a frequent reason for choosing micro-irrigation systems, soil moisture sensors, rain shutoff sensors, and sometimes even weather stations may be installed.

Emission devices
Microtubing
Microtubing is one of the oldest types of drip irrigation devices and was used in greenhouses in the 1970s. It consists of a very small diameter tubing. Flow is regulated purely by the length and diameter of the tubing. Weights or stakes are sometimes attached to the end of the tubing to keep it in place.

Fixed flow drip emitters
Low-flow irrigation systems in gardens using drip apply water through two methods:

pre installed small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface or
self cleaning emitters, in different precipitation rates, pre installed or contractor installed for different rate emitters on same supply line (i.e. trees-higher, perennials-lower). The Flexible supply pipe can be buried either underground or pinned on the surface and buried under
Low volume irrigation systems often use the two delivery components of drip systems to apply water through small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface of the field. This is done instead of agricultural surface irrigation and furrow irrigation for vegetables, fruits and berries, and other high-value crops.

Adjustable drip emitters
Trickle emitters, also called 'spider sprays,' come in fixed or adjustable radius shapes and diameters, and are installed directly on the flexible supply pipe or on tubing connected to it, and mounted on small stakes. Trickle emitter-'Spider sprays' work well for plants with more fibrous root systems, tree and large shrub basins, and in pots and container gardens - allowing automated watering of plants on decks and patios. Mist emitters can also be used in pot, both on the ground and hanging, with humidity-fog watering for epiphytes and ferns replicating habitats.

In the Horticulture industry, wholesale growers and plant nurseries often use the trickle emitters for 5-US-gallon (19 L) and larger container stock, to automate watering. Attached to longer supply tubing on short stakes, they are easily movable to new containers when stock is moved or sold. Mist emitters are used for propagation, epiphytes, and other plants needing higher humidity.

Micro-sprinklers
Low volume micro-sprinklers may be attached to hard plastic risers or attached to standard sprinkler heads, but are more typically mounted on stakes and attached to small diameter micro-tubing connected to polyethylene tubing with a barbed connector. Some micro-sprinklers have a fixed spray or stream pattern, while others rotate. These are installed above ground and are often used for fruit and nut orchards and vineyards. These systems are expensive, even for large-scale agricultural use, and are predominantly used for high-value crops.

Macro-Drip irrigation
High-volume, low-pressure irrigation systems for container gardening are known as Macro-Drip. A pressure regulator lowers the water pressure to under 30 pounds per square inch while a relatively large diameter hose or pipe delivers the water directly to a sprinkler head.[1] This allows a larger volume of water to reach the flowerpot in a short amount of time, which will then be absorbed into the roots of the plant.

Sprinkler
Sprinkler Irrigation[2] is the process of providing water to your land. This process works with the number of pipes. It is then partitioned with the help of Sprinklers that spreads the water all over in an equal balance. One can gain optimum solutions by installing sprinkler Irrigation. Sprinkler Irrigation helps in decreasing the labor cost saves upto 20% - 40% water supply. It can be applied to any soil that helps to increase crop production. There are a wide variety of sprinklers available in the market. One can choose carefully from the best of sprinkler systems.

Ecological restoration and phytoremediation projects
Low-flow irrigation systems are used on some native plant habitat restoration and environmental remediation projects. The lower operating pressure can be the only choice for remote locations with wells or small storage tank water sources. It is used in temporary installations during initial establishment periods, and being on the soil surface easily removable with minimal damage to the recovering plant community. An example is its use in riparian zone restoration, and environmental remediation projects using Phytoremediation and Bioremediation techniques.

Water conservation and regulations
As municipal and agricultural water supplies become more limited; through increased population demands, droughts, and climate change; city, water district, and state-province level regulations and codes are beginning to encourage, offer rebates with use, or mandate significantly reduced water allowances, at higher costs, that are bringing many water conservation products and techniques both to the forefront and more competitively matched to traditional irrigation system costs.

Use of micro-irrigation systems on green building candidate projects can help them to accumulate points for LEED - (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification rating and awards.

See also
Deficit irrigation
Drip irrigation
Irrigation in viticulture
Groundwater recharge
Water conservation
References
Garden Time TV (2019-04-26), Daisy Rain Garden System, retrieved 2019-04-29
"How do Sprinkler Irrigation Systems Work? | Automat Industries". Automat Irrigation Blog. 2019-08-06. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
This article incorporates public domain material from the Congressional Research Service document "Report for Congress: Agriculture: A Glossary of Terms, Programs, and Laws, 2005 Edition" by Jasper Womach.
External links
DWP-Be Water wise blog: "The Garden Spot"
Categories: Irrigation Low-flow irrigation systems Water conservation Sustainable agriculture Sustainable gardening




What is the best pipe for irrigation system?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose is one of best pipes for irrigation.

How does a lawn irrigation system work?
Use our irrigation sprinkler hose can irrigate garden or lawn well.

How much is irrigation pipe?
Sprinkler hose irrigation is an excellent choice of low cost.

How do you connect PVC to sprinklers?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose has many fittings to connect PVC pipe.

Irrigation sprinkler hose AJ-104S

DEAR DEER Short Wings Irrigation Sprinkler hose (Short Wings Rain Tape, Short Wings Rain Pipe, Short Wings Spray Tube)

AJ-104S “short wings sprinkler hose” (short wings rain pipe, short wings rain tape, short wings spray tube) is for the purpose of protecting the main pores hose with lower cost. There are 2 short wings at both edges of main sprinkler hose. Its wings protect main hose not to be scratched. Also this “short wings sprinkler hose” (short wings rain pipe, short wings rain tape, short wings spray tube) can keep steady because of the wings at 2 edges can support the hose not twist and keep body of hose balance. That can keep pores on the hose to spray in the right direction from beginning to end and watering at a certain range beside the hose.
Irrigation Sprinkler hose (rain pipe, rain tape, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, rain hose ) is a flat hose with many pores on the hose to spray water mistily. Its hose wall is thin and operates in low water pressure, low energy consuming. In addition DEAR DEER irrigation sprinkler hose (rain pipe, rain tape, spray tube) irrigation system is easy to install, easy to maintain, easy plug clearing. That makes the sprinkler hose (rain pipe, rain tape, spray tube) irrigation system is the lowest cost irrigation compared with other irrigation systems.
DEAR DEER sprinkler hose irrigation system can operate without filters at head if the water is not very dirty. It only needs to open the end clip of sprinkler hose sometimes and flush out dirt inside the hose. Even if the pores are blocked very much it can be washed the inside of hose with brushing cloth. The way is let brushing cloth plug into hose and let water push it throughout the hose. This way can clean inside adhesion dirt at pores.
But the thin wall flat hose may be scratched while it lay on ground.
AJ-104S DEAR DEER short wings irrigation sprinkler hose (short wings rain pipe, short wings rain tape, short wings spray tube) is for the purpose of preventing the main pores hose. There are 2 short wings at both edges of main sprinkler hose. Its wings protect main hose not to be scratched. Also DEAR DEER short wings irrigation sprinkler hose (short wings rain pipe, short wings rain tape, short wings spray tube) can keep steady for the wings at 2 edges can support the hose not twist and keep body of hose balance. That can keep pores on the hose to spray in the right direction from beginning to end and


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-irrigation

Micro-irrigation, also called localised irrigation, low volume irrigation, low-flow irrigation, or trickle irrigation is an irrigation method with lower pressure and flow than a traditional sprinkler system. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops, orchards, and vineyards. It is also used in horticulture in wholesale nurseries, in landscaping for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens, and in the science and practice of restoration ecology and environmental remediation.


Contents
Description
There are several types of micro-irrigation systems. Many of the components are the same for all of these types of systems. Most systems typically include filters, pipes, valves, and tubing. The main difference is in the type of emission device that is used to deliver the water to the plants. Drip irrigation utilizes drip emitters that deliver water at very low rates. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.0 gallons per hour. In some systems, the emitters are installed manually on the outside of the tubing and placed where needed. Other systems might use integral dripper line or drip tape with the emitters already installed at a predetermined spacing. Micro-sprinklers, which can include fixed stream sprays and rotating spinners typically deliver water at a higher rate, such as 10 to 25 gallons per hour and will cover a larger area than drip emitters. These are more typically used in tree orchards where the plants are larger. The goal is to distribute water slowly in small volumes and target it to plants' root zones with less runoff or overspray than landscape and garden conventional spray and rotary sprinklers. The low volume allows the water to penetrate and be absorbed into slow-percolation soils, such as clay, minimizing water runoff.

System components
There are a wide variety of system components included in a micro-irrigation systems. Most systems include a filter. These may include pre-filters, sand separators, media filters, screen filters, and disc filters. The level of filtration required depends on the size of the emission device and the quality of the water source. A pressure regulator or regulating valve may be required to reduce the system pressure to the desired level. Automatic or manually operated valves will be required to switch from one irrigated section to another. An irrigation controller will be used with automatic systems and may also be needed for back flushing the filter or sand separator. Since water conservation is a frequent reason for choosing micro-irrigation systems, soil moisture sensors, rain shutoff sensors, and sometimes even weather stations may be installed.

Emission devices
Microtubing
Microtubing is one of the oldest types of drip irrigation devices and was used in greenhouses in the 1970s. It consists of a very small diameter tubing. Flow is regulated purely by the length and diameter of the tubing. Weights or stakes are sometimes attached to the end of the tubing to keep it in place.

Fixed flow drip emitters
Low-flow irrigation systems in gardens using drip apply water through two methods:

pre installed small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface or
self cleaning emitters, in different precipitation rates, pre installed or contractor installed for different rate emitters on same supply line (i.e. trees-higher, perennials-lower). The Flexible supply pipe can be buried either underground or pinned on the surface and buried under
Low volume irrigation systems often use the two delivery components of drip systems to apply water through small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface of the field. This is done instead of agricultural surface irrigation and furrow irrigation for vegetables, fruits and berries, and other high-value crops.

Adjustable drip emitters
Trickle emitters, also called 'spider sprays,' come in fixed or adjustable radius shapes and diameters, and are installed directly on the flexible supply pipe or on tubing connected to it, and mounted on small stakes. Trickle emitter-'Spider sprays' work well for plants with more fibrous root systems, tree and large shrub basins, and in pots and container gardens - allowing automated watering of plants on decks and patios. Mist emitters can also be used in pot, both on the ground and hanging, with humidity-fog watering for epiphytes and ferns replicating habitats.

In the Horticulture industry, wholesale growers and plant nurseries often use the trickle emitters for 5-US-gallon (19 L) and larger container stock, to automate watering. Attached to longer supply tubing on short stakes, they are easily movable to new containers when stock is moved or sold. Mist emitters are used for propagation, epiphytes, and other plants needing higher humidity.

Micro-sprinklers
Low volume micro-sprinklers may be attached to hard plastic risers or attached to standard sprinkler heads, but are more typically mounted on stakes and attached to small diameter micro-tubing connected to polyethylene tubing with a barbed connector. Some micro-sprinklers have a fixed spray or stream pattern, while others rotate. These are installed above ground and are often used for fruit and nut orchards and vineyards. These systems are expensive, even for large-scale agricultural use, and are predominantly used for high-value crops.

Macro-Drip irrigation
High-volume, low-pressure irrigation systems for container gardening are known as Macro-Drip. A pressure regulator lowers the water pressure to under 30 pounds per square inch while a relatively large diameter hose or pipe delivers the water directly to a sprinkler head.[1] This allows a larger volume of water to reach the flowerpot in a short amount of time, which will then be absorbed into the roots of the plant.

Sprinkler
Sprinkler Irrigation[2] is the process of providing water to your land. This process works with the number of pipes. It is then partitioned with the help of Sprinklers that spreads the water all over in an equal balance. One can gain optimum solutions by installing sprinkler Irrigation. Sprinkler Irrigation helps in decreasing the labor cost saves upto 20% - 40% water supply. It can be applied to any soil that helps to increase crop production. There are a wide variety of sprinklers available in the market. One can choose carefully from the best of sprinkler systems.

Ecological restoration and phytoremediation projects
Low-flow irrigation systems are used on some native plant habitat restoration and environmental remediation projects. The lower operating pressure can be the only choice for remote locations with wells or small storage tank water sources. It is used in temporary installations during initial establishment periods, and being on the soil surface easily removable with minimal damage to the recovering plant community. An example is its use in riparian zone restoration, and environmental remediation projects using Phytoremediation and Bioremediation techniques.

Water conservation and regulations
As municipal and agricultural water supplies become more limited; through increased population demands, droughts, and climate change; city, water district, and state-province level regulations and codes are beginning to encourage, offer rebates with use, or mandate significantly reduced water allowances, at higher costs, that are bringing many water conservation products and techniques both to the forefront and more competitively matched to traditional irrigation system costs.

Use of micro-irrigation systems on green building candidate projects can help them to accumulate points for LEED - (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification rating and awards.

See also
Deficit irrigation
Drip irrigation
Irrigation in viticulture
Groundwater recharge
Water conservation
References
Garden Time TV (2019-04-26), Daisy Rain Garden System, retrieved 2019-04-29
"How do Sprinkler Irrigation Systems Work? | Automat Industries". Automat Irrigation Blog. 2019-08-06. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
This article incorporates public domain material from the Congressional Research Service document "Report for Congress: Agriculture: A Glossary of Terms, Programs, and Laws, 2005 Edition" by Jasper Womach.
External links
DWP-Be Water wise blog: "The Garden Spot"
Categories: Irrigation Low-flow irrigation systems Water conservation Sustainable agriculture Sustainable gardening




watering at a certain range beside the hose.



What is the best pipe for irrigation system?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose is one of best pipes for irrigation.

How does a lawn irrigation system work?
Use our irrigation sprinkler hose can irrigate garden or lawn well.

How much is irrigation pipe?
Sprinkler hose irrigation is an excellent choice of low cost.

How do you connect PVC to sprinklers?
Our irrigation sprinkler hose has many fittings to connect PVC pipe.

Irrigation sprinkler hose AJ-105W

WING HANGING IRRIGATION SPRINKLER HOSE, sprinkler tape, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, soaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi, irrigation hose

  • AJ-105W DEAR DEER wing hanging irrigation sprinkler hose: single sprinkler hose with a wing beside at one edge. There are some hanging holes punched on the wing. We can tie with wires through the holes at the upper objects and let the sprinkler hose hung in the air. That can let us work with no handicap on farmland. The sprinkling of this type can be mistier than other types. There are 3 types of perforation pattern- side ward spray hanging rain pipe, upward spray hanging rain pipe and downward spray rain pipe.  It irrigates gently, just like natural light rain.
  • Irrigation Sprinkler hose is a tape like flat garden hose. This flat garden hose have many tiny holes on the flat hose wall. Sprinkler hose is also named as sprinkler tape, rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, micro spray tube, micro spray hose, soaker hose, kansui tube, selang irigasi, irrigation hose etc. It a micro irrigation system, mistier than any irrigation sprinklers. We can easily install several sprinkler hoses with T fittings, rigid pipes or flexible pipes and control valve as a farm irrigation system which easy to be maintained, cost-efficient, easy block elimination, short irrigation time, low irrigation pressure & energy. It is useful for field irrigation of crops in dry farmland.



  • There is a wing with holes on the side of irrigation sprinkler hose(also named rain tape, rain pipe, spray tube etc.). The wing can be threaded through the holes in the wing with wire, hooks, or other strings and connect it with a hanging rope or any fix object (such as the frame pipe of greenhouse) to suspended in the air.
    Indoors, it can be suspended from the roof or wall of greenhouse to spray as a greenhouse irrigation hose downward or side ward. Outdoors, it can be suspended from a sling or fixed on a branch and sprayed downwards or upward.
    Wing hang sprinkler hose hanging in the air can keep the ground clear, allowing people or agricultural machines to walk or work on the ground. There are three types of spray holes in this sprinkler hose: side spray, downward spray, and upward spray. Side spray is more commonly used.
    Irrigation Sprinkler hose (rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, spray tube) is a flat hose with many pores on the hose to spray water mistily. Sprinkler hose irrigation system easy to install, easy to maintain, low cost, easy plug clearing, quick irrigation, and low water pressure, low energy consuming.
    It is suitable for any dry land crops. There are different types of hose, different watering pore pattern, for different crops and different farmlands. Can be used to open farmland, sandy land, greenhouses, net house. Especially it is suitable for crop nursery or the plants require more water in short time.
    The use life of sprinkler hose (rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, spray tube) is about 2-5 years, depending on how to use and how to maintain.
    Most sprinkler hose (rain tape, rain pipe, rain hose, spray tube) laying on the ground, but some types can be hang.

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-irrigation

    Micro-irrigation, also called localised irrigation, low volume irrigation, low-flow irrigation, or trickle irrigation is an irrigation method with lower pressure and flow than a traditional sprinkler system. Low volume irrigation is used in agriculture for row crops, orchards, and vineyards. It is also used in horticulture in wholesale nurseries, in landscaping for civic, commercial, and private landscapes and gardens, and in the science and practice of restoration ecology and environmental remediation.


    Contents
    Description
    There are several types of micro-irrigation systems. Many of the components are the same for all of these types of systems. Most systems typically include filters, pipes, valves, and tubing. The main difference is in the type of emission device that is used to deliver the water to the plants. Drip irrigation utilizes drip emitters that deliver water at very low rates. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.0 gallons per hour. In some systems, the emitters are installed manually on the outside of the tubing and placed where needed. Other systems might use integral dripper line or drip tape with the emitters already installed at a predetermined spacing. Micro-sprinklers, which can include fixed stream sprays and rotating spinners typically deliver water at a higher rate, such as 10 to 25 gallons per hour and will cover a larger area than drip emitters. These are more typically used in tree orchards where the plants are larger. The goal is to distribute water slowly in small volumes and target it to plants' root zones with less runoff or overspray than landscape and garden conventional spray and rotary sprinklers. The low volume allows the water to penetrate and be absorbed into slow-percolation soils, such as clay, minimizing water runoff.

    System components
    There are a wide variety of system components included in a micro-irrigation systems. Most systems include a filter. These may include pre-filters, sand separators, media filters, screen filters, and disc filters. The level of filtration required depends on the size of the emission device and the quality of the water source. A pressure regulator or regulating valve may be required to reduce the system pressure to the desired level. Automatic or manually operated valves will be required to switch from one irrigated section to another. An irrigation controller will be used with automatic systems and may also be needed for back flushing the filter or sand separator. Since water conservation is a frequent reason for choosing micro-irrigation systems, soil moisture sensors, rain shutoff sensors, and sometimes even weather stations may be installed.

    Emission devices
    Microtubing
    Microtubing is one of the oldest types of drip irrigation devices and was used in greenhouses in the 1970s. It consists of a very small diameter tubing. Flow is regulated purely by the length and diameter of the tubing. Weights or stakes are sometimes attached to the end of the tubing to keep it in place.

    Fixed flow drip emitters
    Low-flow irrigation systems in gardens using drip apply water through two methods:

    pre installed small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface or
    self cleaning emitters, in different precipitation rates, pre installed or contractor installed for different rate emitters on same supply line (i.e. trees-higher, perennials-lower). The Flexible supply pipe can be buried either underground or pinned on the surface and buried under
    Low volume irrigation systems often use the two delivery components of drip systems to apply water through small holes in small diameter tubes placed on or below the surface of the field. This is done instead of agricultural surface irrigation and furrow irrigation for vegetables, fruits and berries, and other high-value crops.

    Adjustable drip emitters
    Trickle emitters, also called 'spider sprays,' come in fixed or adjustable radius shapes and diameters, and are installed directly on the flexible supply pipe or on tubing connected to it, and mounted on small stakes. Trickle emitter-'Spider sprays' work well for plants with more fibrous root systems, tree and large shrub basins, and in pots and container gardens - allowing automated watering of plants on decks and patios. Mist emitters can also be used in pot, both on the ground and hanging, with humidity-fog watering for epiphytes and ferns replicating habitats.

    In the Horticulture industry, wholesale growers and plant nurseries often use the trickle emitters for 5-US-gallon (19 L) and larger container stock, to automate watering. Attached to longer supply tubing on short stakes, they are easily movable to new containers when stock is moved or sold. Mist emitters are used for propagation, epiphytes, and other plants needing higher humidity.

    Micro-sprinklers
    Low volume micro-sprinklers may be attached to hard plastic risers or attached to standard sprinkler heads, but are more typically mounted on stakes and attached to small diameter micro-tubing connected to polyethylene tubing with a barbed connector. Some micro-sprinklers have a fixed spray or stream pattern, while others rotate. These are installed above ground and are often used for fruit and nut orchards and vineyards. These systems are expensive, even for large-scale agricultural use, and are predominantly used for high-value crops.

    Macro-Drip irrigation
    High-volume, low-pressure irrigation systems for container gardening are known as Macro-Drip. A pressure regulator lowers the water pressure to under 30 pounds per square inch while a relatively large diameter hose or pipe delivers the water directly to a sprinkler head.[1] This allows a larger volume of water to reach the flowerpot in a short amount of time, which will then be absorbed into the roots of the plant.

    Sprinkler
    Sprinkler Irrigation[2] is the process of providing water to your land. This process works with the number of pipes. It is then partitioned with the help of Sprinklers that spreads the water all over in an equal balance. One can gain optimum solutions by installing sprinkler Irrigation. Sprinkler Irrigation helps in decreasing the labor cost saves upto 20% - 40% water supply. It can be applied to any soil that helps to increase crop production. There are a wide variety of sprinklers available in the market. One can choose carefully from the best of sprinkler systems.

    Ecological restoration and phytoremediation projects
    Low-flow irrigation systems are used on some native plant habitat restoration and environmental remediation projects. The lower operating pressure can be the only choice for remote locations with wells or small storage tank water sources. It is used in temporary installations during initial establishment periods, and being on the soil surface easily removable with minimal damage to the recovering plant community. An example is its use in riparian zone restoration, and environmental remediation projects using Phytoremediation and Bioremediation techniques.

    Water conservation and regulations
    As municipal and agricultural water supplies become more limited; through increased population demands, droughts, and climate change; city, water district, and state-province level regulations and codes are beginning to encourage, offer rebates with use, or mandate significantly reduced water allowances, at higher costs, that are bringing many water conservation products and techniques both to the forefront and more competitively matched to traditional irrigation system costs.

    Use of micro-irrigation systems on green building candidate projects can help them to accumulate points for LEED - (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification rating and awards.

    See also
    Deficit irrigation
    Drip irrigation
    Irrigation in viticulture
    Groundwater recharge
    Water conservation
    References
    Garden Time TV (2019-04-26), Daisy Rain Garden System, retrieved 2019-04-29
    "How do Sprinkler Irrigation Systems Work? | Automat Industries". Automat Irrigation Blog. 2019-08-06. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
    This article incorporates public domain material from the Congressional Research Service document "Report for Congress: Agriculture: A Glossary of Terms, Programs, and Laws, 2005 Edition" by Jasper Womach.
    External links
    DWP-Be Water wise blog: "The Garden Spot"
    Categories: Irrigation Low-flow irrigation systems Water conservation Sustainable agriculture Sustainable gardening


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