A Backyard Irrigation System means a yard watering irrigation system. It uses the backyard sprinkler irrigation system equipment according to the water requirements of the yard, through the pipeline system and the special irrigator installed on the final pipeline, the water and the nutrients needed for the yard are delivered uniformly and accurately directed to the roots of the grass at a small flow rate. The nearby soil surface or grass can realize partial irrigation so that the grass or root can be kept in the best water, fertilizer, and gas state.
Yard drip irrigation is a technique for irrigating the roots of grass by moistening the soil with pressure water in the form of drops. Usually, the capillary and irrigator are placed on the ground, but the main pipe and irrigator can also be buried 30-40cm below the ground. The former is called surface drip irrigation, and the latter is called underground drip irrigation. The flow rate of drip irrigation system emitters is generally 1-12L/h.
Backyard sprinkler irrigation systems are irrigation micro-sprinklers used in the upper space of the yard, which is divided into rotary, refraction, and cross micro-mist. The water pipeline is usually fixed at the height of 2.5m-3.5m on the huge ground, and the micro-sprinklers with the selected spraying diameter are installed on the pipeline at equal distances. To prevent the leakage of the remaining water when the irrigation is stopped, it is specially equipped with a micro-spray anti-drip device.
The yard watering system is a relatively closed production facility. Natural rainfall cannot be used directly. The water required by the crops in the greenhouse is completely guaranteed by artificial irrigation.