Designing Drip Irrigation

Start Date
11/14/2018
End Date
11/14/2018
Description
Drip irrigation, done correctly, improves water-efficiency, reduces costs, saves time, and leads to healthier plants and fewer weeds! Attendees of this class learn how to design, install and maintain drip/micro irrigation in the landscape. The class will cover reasons for using drip irrigation and how to hydrozone, or cluster together plants with similar water requirements in an effort to conserve water. We will cover components for various types of drip systems, installation procedures and considerations, scheduling and maintenance.

This class is designed for landscape professionals.
Location
Seattle, WA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Sustainable Development & Design
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
6.50
Learning Outcomes
Students will learn:
How to design, install and maintain drip/micro irrigation in the landscape
Reasons to use drip irrigation how to hydrozone plants with similar water requirements
Identify components from various types of drip irrigation systems
Instructors
Tom Glazener, CGIA, CIC, CID, CLIA, ClLWM
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Provider
University of Washington Botanic Gardens


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