Piping systems can be a pivotal part of your irrigation system. Design should always be a key focus. In order to get the most out of your system, you must build one designed to offer peak efficiency through all four seasons.
Key Design Components
Systems should be designed to work independently of each other. This means installing shut off or control valves so fluid can be directed to designated zones. The zone system allows your system to address problems, such as pests or dry soil, right where the problem exists, saving you money in the long run.
Control systems should also be designed to work efficiently by decreasing the amount of labor involved in your project. A good example of this is remote access, which allows faster and easier adjustment of your watering system. As you inspect your crops or drainage system, you can access the controller via a smart device and make changes to correct issues you find while you are in the field.
Integrated pest management is also important. Being able to apply liquid pest control measures by zone allows you to target pest problems where they occur. This cuts back on the amount of chemicals used and adds major savings to your wallet. For agriculture applications this can be a critical design element.
Water conservation is another integral design element. The cost of water will increase as areas are affected by drought. Monitors, such as soil moisture probes, can work with your system to deliver water when soil humidity drops to a specified range.
Figure out the best design for your irrigation today. Consult us at WP Law, Inc. for a system that meets all of your needs.