Scientific agricultural water-saving irrigation shows the scientific nature of irrigation. Make the existing water-saving irrigation more scientific, after reasonable irrigation calculations. Develop an appropriate irrigation system and stop maintenance through an effective management system. To optimize the purpose of irrigation, and make the ratio of output value to water consumption reach the highest point.
Usually, because the pipeline leaks along the pipeline, the water is transported from the water intake point to the field. Most of the water extracted for irrigation purposes cannot reach the crops. Only part of the water that reaches the fields is used to grow crops. The remaining water disappears due to evaporation and infiltration in the soil. Agricultural water-saving irrigation strategies are different, and integration can increase water-saving. One of the most effective ways to avoid wasting water is. Irrigate the crops at appropriate times according to the actual needs of the plants. Accurately assess the amount and time of irrigation water, and use water more effectively.
Drip irrigation is one of the most effective and sustainable agricultural water-saving irrigation methods. Because it only allows direct water supply where it is needed, this means at the base of the plant, close to the roots. This is a much more efficient system than ordinary sprinkler systems. The system disperses water to the entire field, even if there is no need to waste water. Where this technology is adopted, water consumption is reduced by 30% to 60%.
Therefore, the transition from a method characterized by high losses to an irrigation system that can determine the maximum use efficiency is an indispensable strategy for agricultural water-saving irrigation. Matching irrigation systems to the characteristics of crops and land is no accident. In fact, no irrigation system can fully adapt to all situations. Because each system requires special attention to determine the best irrigation system. Therefore, in the reality of the field, not all crops can be irrigated practically through sprinkler irrigation. For many other crops, drip irrigation is difficult or uneconomical. Every system can and must be used in the right way, taking all possible precautions to achieve its best efficiency.