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Water Sprinkler

Water is sprayed into the air and let it fall like rain on the ground surface in a water sprinkler. Water under pressure is sprayed via tiny orifices or nozzles. Pumping is commonly used to obtain pressure. The amount of irrigation water necessary to replenish the crop root zone may be sprayed practically equally at a rate to meet the soil infiltration rate by using the right nozzle diameters, operating pressure, and sprinkler spacing. Water sprinkler systems may be used on almost any crop. Dry crops, vegetables, blooming crops, orchards, and plantation crops such as tea and coffee are all ideal for watering using sprinklers.