Drip + Basin Integrations

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About Drip

Drip is a marketing automation platform that allows you to automate every part of your inbound marketing funnel, from email to webinars and social selling. Drip understands each customer’s purchase journey and helps you deliver targeted messages at the right time.

About Basin

Basin is a simple form backend that allows you to collect submission data without writing a single line of code.

Basin Integrations
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Drip?

Drip is a technique of irrigation which can be used to water plants. There are different types of dripping methods. The most common method is to use a dripper or emitter which is connected to the main hose and disperses water slowly by turns. This system can be applied to all types of plants, including fruit trees, vegetables, field crops, lawns and decorative plants.

Basin?

Basin is an area of land that cplects water from rivers, streams, lakes, etc. It is used to irrigate crops. This system of irrigation has been around for thousands of years. They are still widely used in modern times.

Integration of Drip and Basin

It is important to combine drip and basin systems with other methods of irrigation (tubes, sprinklers, etc.. to maximize agricultural productivity. Most drip systems are good for use in orchards, vineyards, and gardens. For crop production in general, drip systems are appropriate for special crops such as grapes and berries. However, drip systems are not suitable for large-scale cropping because they do not provide coverage over a large area. The other limitations of drip systems include the fplowing:

(1. There should be close cooperation between the farmer and the supplier on the design and installation of the drip system. The supplier should know the location of crops and how the water is going to flow.

(2. The pressure of the drip system should also be considered because this will determine how many emitters can be placed under each row and how deep the water needs to be dropped. Usually, the higher the pressure, the less emitters will be required under each row and vice versa.

(3. The design and installation of drip systems should be done by professionals. If it is done by amateurs, there is a high chance for failure.

(4. A drip system can be expensive to install but it reduces labor costs and improves the quality of produce because less fertilizer is used. In addition, drip systems reduce soil erosion and they improve water conservation because most of the water is utilized by the plant.

(5. Because drip systems require close cooperation between farmers or growers and suppliers, there is a need for training in order to ensure that everyone understands how the system works. This way, crop production will be maximized.

  • Benefits of Integration of Drip and Basin Systems
  • By combining drip systems with basin systems, the fplowing benefits can be realized:

    (1. It can spve problems associated with drip systems such as lack of coverage over large areas; possible damage done by rodents; inflexibility in changing weather conditions; possible loss of water; and possible necessity for extra care in building up soil productivity before using a drip system.

    (2. It helps make better use of land because drip systems do not work well with impervious soils; whereas basin systems work well on these kinds of soils. These two methods can be integrated together to make a more effective irrigation system for crops.

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