Drop irrigation system laying
An intensive garden requires drip irrigation and fertigation.
As a rule, trees on dwarf rootstock and trellis are used in intensive orchards. When drip irrigation is used, trees do not form a deep and developed root system, because the plant does not need to seek water at great depth and vast area. Consequently, the plant resistance to wind is reduced. Trees are supported by a trellis in the form of a wire stretched between poles standing in a row. Usually, 3 lines of wire are used if the height of the pole above the ground is 2.5-3 m. A drip tube can be suspended to the wire with hooks, or be simply placed on the ground, in which case there is a great risk of damaging the same when mowing the bedding circles. Trellis poles can also be used to support a hail net. An inexpensive option for drip irrigation of tree crops is two drip tapes on either side of a row of trees.