Top 5 Irrigation Tools for Agriculture

Irrigation is the process of artificially watering crops. Sources include rivers, wells, ponds, tube wells, lakes, dams, and canals, and traditional and modern methods are used.
Drip irrigation is when tubes with emitters are placed alongside plants on the ground. These emitters drip water slowly into the soil near the roots, improving plant quality and productivity.
A water flow meter measures how much water passes through a pipe. There are different types to pick from based on your needs, maintenance, and budget.
The soil moisture sensor (SMS) is a device linked to an irrigation system controller. It checks the soil's moisture level in the root zone before watering and skips watering if the soil is already wet enough.
Irrigation management mobile apps access farm data and automation. They allow you to monitor field conditions, control irrigation systems, and optimize water usage remotely.
Drones, using microwave sensing, accurately capture soil health info like moisture levels without disturbing plants. This helps distribute water efficiently, conserving resources.
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