The advantages are:

  • Saves water and promotes its efficient use..
  • Reduces the wastage of water by evaporation, percolation and runoff.
  • Improves plant nutrition and efficiency of the applied nutrients.
  • Water is applied directly to the root zone.
  • Reduces the overuse of fertilisers and pesticides. Promotes the saving on fertilisers.
  • Promotes the efficacy of water with low agronomic quality.
  • Reduces the growth of weeds due to them having a smaller area of moist soil.
  • Prevents the appearance of certain diseases and pests, given that the stem and leaves are not directly exposed to the moisture.
  • Maintains an optimal level of moisture, nutrients and aeration in the soil and/or substrate.
  • Controls Pollution.

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