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Basin and Drip are not new irrigation techniques. They have been in use for hundreds of years. But, they have been forgotten. Now, farmers are recovering and resuming the use of these irrigation methods.
Basin and Drip are two kinds of irrigation methods used in agriculture.
The basin method is the technique of water storage. This method uses small basins to store water, and then water is gradually released as needed. The drip method is the technique of slow water discharge from a pipe or hose to the ground. The water drips slowly through small holes on the ground.These two methods can be integrated together to form an efficient irrigation system in agriculture.
The integration of Basin and Drip has some advantages over the current modern irrigation methods, such as sprinkling, pressurized irrigation, and flooding.
Firstly, it saves water. The current modern irrigation methods lose a lot of water because there are many evaporation processes and seeping into the ground. However, no evaporation or seeping occurs during the watering process using basin and drip. Secondly, it saves labor costs because there is only one worker who will manage all the tasks with less effort. Thirdly, it reduces fertilizer consumption because the soil nutrients are well preserved by the soil moisture in the storage basins. Finally, it conserves energy because water is pumped manually to the top of the field where water is stored in basins until it is needed for irrigation at the bottom of the field. Therefore, no electric motor is needed to irrigate the field.
Secondly, it has some disadvantages compared to current modern irrigation methods. For example, this requires skilled labor because only some people know how to build the basins and set up pipes properly. Also, field preparation must be done first before spending money on purchasing materials for building basins and setting up pipes. Furthermore, this kind of irrigation system requires more land than other modern irrigation systems. If farmers want to increase their crop yields, they will need more land for building additional basins and pipes.
In conclusion, while basin and drip irrigation may seem like a very old method, it does have benefits that are worth using today. Farmers should consider trying out this method in their fields if they haven’t already.
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