The Natural Gardening Drip Irrigation System
HOW TO BEGIN | ADVANTAGES OF OUR DRIP TUBING
If you're new to drip irrigation - most people are - we're here to help. To get started the main thing you need is a rough drawing of your garden - rows, beds, however it is organized - with the size of the beds and their distance from your faucet. This information allows you to calculate how much tubing and other parts you need. It doesn't take much to get started and the drawing doesn't need to be exact.
If you garden in raised beds, the link below provides you with a design plan and a list of parts you will need based on two, 4' x 8' beds side-by-side. Add or subtract tubing and parts based on the number of beds in your garden and the length of the beds.
Once you've got your diagram send it to us via email so we can review and discuss what to do next. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Drip Irrigation Systems works well for:
Advantages of our Emitter Tubing
At the heart of the system are highly-engineered, self-flushing emitters that virtually never clog, even when buried underground.
Most drip systems require a laborious and overly complicated installation process with clamps, emitters, and spaghetti tubing - aptly named, because of the tangled mess it can become. Once installed, there are exposed parts which can, and do, snag or break. The tubing or drip lines for systems come with the emitters already neatly embedded inside. There is no spaghetti tubing, and no tools are required other than a knife or heavy scissors. All you need to do is screw the Master Unit onto your faucet, connect it with a length of hose to your drip lines, lay them out, turn on your tap, and enjoy the results.
Unique Emitter Tubing:
Tubing with pre-installed emitters is an important advance in drip irrigation because it saves you time, effort, and aggravation, and it irrigates better. It was developed based on the latest horticultural knowledge showing that plants grow best when the soil around them is evenly watered, not when each plant is treated as an island. The Natural Gardening System's emitter tubing spaces emitters at 6 or 12 inch intervals depending on your choice os system, thus offering an intelligent improvement over other systems which direct you to install one or more emitters at each plant. Its specially designed emitters are virtually clog-proof. They are also pressure compensated and contain check valves, to deliver absolutely equal amounts of water. As a final bonus the tubing is brown for camouflage on surface applications.
A Pre-Assembled Master Unit:
The Master Unit is a unique feature of our System. It contains the components essential to give you all the advantages a drip system can provide: a backflow preventer to keep contaminants out of your household water; a filter to keep emitters from clogging; and a pressure regulator for proper flow of water from your tap into the drip system. All components used in the Master Unit are top-of-the-line. Because they are pre-assembled in one compact unit, you need only attach the unit to your faucet.