Stay Hydrated

Drip irrigation is a low pressure method used to apply extra water to vines in the vineyard and is crucial to wine-grape growing. While dry farming, the practice of relying solely on natural precipitation has historically been practiced at vineyards all over the world, implementing an irrigation system allows vineyards to still reap a good harvest in drought years. Drip irrigation has many advantages over other types of irrigation systems that shower water onto the vines, as drip irrigation does not disrupt the soil, less water is exposed to evaporation and the leaves of the vines stay dry, helping the vines reduce their risk of waterborne diseases and molds and mildews.


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