Main Project | Horticulture

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The irrigation project is important for ensuring optimal conditions for the growth and development of fruit trees, as well as increasing the yield and quality of fruits. The main objectives of this project include:

1. For the project of an irrigation system in horticulture, it is important to take into account various parameters, such as the type of plants to be irrigated, climatic conditions, soil type, water source, surface size and budget. Existing infrastructure that could serve as a water source is considered, such as an underground tank for collecting rainwater or a connection to an existing water supply system.

2. Choosing the type of irrigation system: After analyzing the soil and determining the water needs, the type of irrigation system that best suits the needs should be chosen. There are different types of irrigation systems, including drip, pop-up, subsurface irrigation and sprinkler. The choice depends on the specific conditions.

3. Planning the irrigation schedule: After choosing the type of irrigation system, it is necessary to plan the irrigation schedule. This includes determining irrigation intervals, the amount of water applied, and the duration of irrigation. The frequency of irrigation depends on the type of plants, climatic conditions and other factors.

4. Setting up the irrigation system: After planning the irrigation schedule, it is necessary to set up the irrigation system. This includes installing pipes, valves, filters, pressure regulators and other necessary components. If it is a drip system, it is necessary to place the drippers at an optimal distance from the plants.

5. Maintenance of the irrigation system: Once the irrigation system is installed, it needs to be maintained to ensure optimal irrigation. This includes checking valves and filters, maintaining drippers, and checking that the irrigation system is being used according to the irrigation schedule.

The project of the irrigation system includes the hydraulic calculation of the pipeline necessary for the normal operation of the irrigation system, the definition of the necessary water capacities required for the normal operation of the system. Selection of the most economically advantageous system for water distribution, selection of a filter plant with associated pump, position of connections to the water supply network, retention wells for irrigation. automatic management.

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The price for each project is determined individually and depends on the complexity of the project itself .