A modern and superior irrigation method based on Ein-Tal products is applied in vineyards
- Utilizes a low-pressure water discharge sprayed from 2 feet over the ground
- Creates local micro-climate simulating early winter
- Saves water
- Proven results: earlier budding and better crops
- The method was developed for our customers in South Africa and has been applied to thousands of vineyard acres.
The Ein-Tal LP 50 L/h Vibro-= Spreaders are plugged directly into PE tube in an upright position. The PE tube is hooked along the rows at about 2 feet above the ground. A pressure of only 1 bar is applied, which reduces the wetting diameter. The system is simple, inexpensive and effective.
How It Works:
Late autumn irrigation creates a micro-climate by providing a cooling dose that simulates early winter conditions. This contributes to earlier budding and earlier harvest. In the spring, the cloud of humidity formed around the plants by the fine water droplets sprayed by the Vibro Spreader, also protects against frost. The low-pressure / reduced wetting diameter is also effective in dissolving organic manure and keeping paths clean between the rows, as well as in saving water.