System Components and Typical Layouts
Choosing the right components for your SDI system is critical to overall performance and reliability. The following resource documents focus on system components, design considerations, typical layouts and other critical aspects that need to be considered with an SDI system.
System Components/Typical Layouts
Irrigation Water Management
Root Zone Management
From unwrapping the coils to laying the dripline in the ground, the following resource documents guide you through a thinwall dripline installation along with installing submains and dripline connections.
Installing Submains and Dripline Connections
Start-up, Operation and Maintenance
Whether you have just installed a new system or are starting up the SDI system after sitting through the off season, we'll outline the simple steps to take to help ensure optimum system performance. To achieve the highest yields and water savings possible with your SDI system, it is necessary to monitor system operation and make adjustments as needed. And an SDI system requires regular maintenance to ensure that it performs to specifications and provides long-life potential. The following resource documents address all of these topics.
SDI System Operation and Maintenance Guide
Preventive Maintenance Guide
SDI for Specific Crops
Netafim also has resource materials focused on subsurface drip irrigation and specific crops such as corn, cotton and alfalfa. The following links direct you to crop specific pages dedicated to the use and success of SDI including production manuals, grower success stories and more.
For More Information
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