Sometimes, it becomes necessary to irrigate a domestic garden, if at all the plants in the garden are to flourish. This state of affairs is what in turn necessitates the setting up of an irrigation system for the domestic garden. And the question does arise, as to what options are available to a person who is seeking to set up such a system.
The first option that is available when setting up an irrigation system for a domestic garden is that of simply watering the plants in the garden manually. If the garden is very small in size, and you have the time to water the plants manually, there is absolutely no reason as to why this shouldn’t be an option for you.
The second option that is available when setting up an irrigation system for a domestic garden is that of deploying a small sprinkler to water the plants in the garden. Operating and maintaining the sprinkler system may be technically challenging, but these are still manageable things. It is true that in large scale irrigation schemes (where large scale sprinklers are used), one of the factors considered when recruiting the irrigation scheme managers is that of technical ability to operate and maintain the sprinklers. But the miniature sprinklers used in the context of a small domestic garden, are not likely to present major challenges when it comes to operation and maintenance.
The third option that is available when setting up an irrigation system for a domestic garden is that of putting in place a drip irrigation mechanism, to water the plants in the garden. This is particularly useful where the amount of water available for irrigation is limited. But it costs a lot of money. While thinking of it, you may visit the Gap card login page, and proceed to access your Gap credit card account to check your credit limit: only to realize that your credit limit is much lower than the amount of money you need to set up a drip irrigation system for your garden. It is, of course, possible to improvise on some bits (in a bid to cut some of the costs associated with a ‘proper’ drip irrigation system), but even then, the unavoidable costs would still be considerable.