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Garden Beds

Netafim drip irrigation is the most efficient way to water your gardens as it puts the water right where its needed – at the roots. No more overspray onto paths an into the air, the mulch stays dry and all the watering is done out of sight! Narrow strips, windy sites, heavy soils, steep terrain – all in a days work for this water smart system.


Tired of watching your water land every where but the lawn? Put the water right where its needed as Netafim drip irrigation eliminates the problem of conventional systems throwing water where its not needed! No matter what shape or slope your lawn is, Netafim drip irrigation can water your individual lawn shapes with virtually no wastage. Best of all you can be enjoying the benefits of lush, uniform growth and at the same time be watering whilst your playing with the kids on the lawn.


Vegetable Gardens

Looking for a way to grow the maximum amount of vegetables yet use the minimum amount of water? Netafim drip irrigation is used to grow vegetables throughout the world. Why? Minimum water, maximum yield. Simply lay the dripperlines in a grid and plant to the drippers. No leaf burn or disease caused by conventional systems. When the crop is harvested just pull the dripperline to one side, cutivate the soil, lay down the dripperline and plant again…

Rain Water

Many people would like to re use their captured rainwater for irrigation but the thought of filling up buckets and walking this water to the garden can be quite time consuming. Netafim Techline is designed to operate under very low pressures. With only 0.5bar of pressure (that’s the pressure at ground level when you have your water in a full tank one meter above the ground) the Techline will drip uniform volumes of water at each dripper in a garden bed. Just connect your rainwater to the dripperline in the garden bed and open the tap – now the Netafim dripperline does the work for you!

Netafim-Appliction-Rain Water Picture

Grey Water

Drip Irrigation is the safest way to use grey water to irrigate your garden beds as it applies the water under the mulch leaving no exposure of any nasties.

Sub-surface drip irrigation

Drip irrigation systems are green mainly because they exceed 90 percent efficiency. Drip irrigation systems, Techline, are in fact, so efficient that many water utilities exempt landscapes irrigated with drip systems from restrictions during drought. They deliver water slowly, immediately above, on, or below the surface of the soil, right where it is needed, water is applied directly to the plant root zone, optimizing water usage while enhancing plant beauty and health thereby minimizing energy and water loss due to runoff, overspray, wind and evaporation. No more overspray, mulch stays dry, watering is done out of sight, narrow strips, windy sites, heavy soils, steep terrain, no leaf burn or disease. It is one thing to put water to soil, it’s another to ensure that those precious drops work in exactly the right place, at the right time, without wastage and with absolute precision planning.

Grey Water: SDI, sub-surface drip irrigation with Techline is the safest way to use greywater leaving no exposure of any nasties.

Spray irrigation systems apply large quantities of water in a short time and create extreme saturation conditions in the soil. This results in bad aeration and creates stressful conditions for the plants roots that need a balance between water and air. Excessive water also leaches beneficial plant nutrients below the active root zone resulting in less nutrients for your plants and ground water contamination. Precision irrigation helps you irrigate with perfect quantities and timing so the air/water ratio in the soil is perfect and nutrients are kept where they are needed.”

Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation

Other Applications

What is Netafim Drip Irrigation?

Netafim Drip Irrigation is simply another method of applying water to your garden.

Benefits of Drip Irrigation

Drip irrigation has certain definite advantages as a problem solver in difficult situations

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