More Crop per Drop

June 19, 2023

Here are a few of the top water conservation technologies in agriculture:

Precision Irrigation Systems: Precision irrigation systems utilize advanced technologies like soil moisture sensors, weather data, and computer algorithms to deliver the right amount of water at the right time and to the specific areas where it is needed. This targeted approach minimizes water waste and optimizes irrigation efficiency.

Soil Moisture Sensors: Soil moisture sensors measure the moisture content in the soil and provide real-time data to farmers. By monitoring soil moisture levels, farmers can avoid over-irrigation and apply water only when necessary, reducing water waste and optimizing plant health. BMP Logic’s unique approach to combining soil moisture sensors and a precise and user-friendly dashboard app for your smartphone make it a great choice for conserving water and saving big on fertilizer, fuel, and time.

Drip Irrigation: Drip irrigation is a highly efficient irrigation technique that delivers water directly to the plant roots in small, precise amounts. By minimizing evaporation and runoff, drip irrigation can save substantial amounts of water compared to traditional surface irrigation methods.

Irrigation Scheduling Tools: Various irrigation scheduling tools are available that consider factors such as weather conditions, crop water requirements, soil moisture levels, and evapotranspiration rates. These tools help farmers determine optimal irrigation schedules, preventing both over- and under-irrigation, thereby conserving water and maximizing crop yields.

Subsurface Drip Irrigation (SDI): Subsurface drip irrigation involves placing drip lines underground, directly delivering water to the plant's root zone. This method reduces water loss due to evaporation and minimizes weed growth. SDI is particularly beneficial for row crops, orchards, and vineyards.


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