Water is an essential element for life, even for that of plants and flowers. An efficient irrigation system will undoubtedly be an excellent aid for keeping garden plants healthy and healthy.
The irrigation system is designed in relation to the garden. The first thing to do is to evaluate the correct location of the sprinklers, the dripline and the central well. The sprinklers generally on the market can wet with different angles (90 °, 180 °, 270 °, 360 ° or as desired) and are preferably positioned on the perimeter of the garden.
A problem with almost all systems is water pressure. Generally a normal domestic line is sufficient to feed 5 or 6 sprinklers at a time. So if the garden requires several sprinklers, different areas must be provided (see colors in the drawing). It is important that each area has all sprinklers of the same type.