You can flood nursery crops by using dribble tubes, tapes, or overhead sprinklers to apply water to the media surface. Or you can use sub-irrigation to get water through the base of a holder. Hand watering and overhead sprinklers tend to wastewater and wet foliage, increasing the risk of infection and damage.
Irrigation center pivot tools for both sub-irrigation and drip irrigation frameworks are more effective and have greater control over how much water is used. Global greenhouse irrigation systems will grow with the growing agriculture sector. The foliage is not subject to water damage and other ailments, so it can be less likely that they will get wet.
Dribble irrigation is a great tool for controlling dampness in the developing medium. This saves water, work, and reduces groundwater contamination.
Overhead irrigation can cause overflow to the pot and water volume can be controlled. It is possible to reduce or eliminate filtering from pots by simply killing the framework when the compartment limit is reached.
The use of a tensiometer to measure dampness (level) in the developing medium and a small PC to kill the framework when the preset dampness strains have been shown to reduce overflow from poinsettias and pruned chrysanthemums to less than zero.
The normal way to water vegetables is with trickle tapes. The tubing can be placed on the ground, in a compartment, or weaved through the sacks.