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Netafim sub surface drip irrigation systems offer a comprehensive range of efficient solutions for your commercial turf and garden bed areas. These systems apply the water at lower application rates directly to the grass roots or sub mulch for garden beds ensuring every drop of water goes where it was intended.

Conventional sprinkler systems are often wasteful as they throw the water in the air and hope the natural elements will allow this irrigation water to not only land in the right place but also to find its way to the roots. These systems can cause staining, over spray, fungal disease, pooling and most of all inefficiency - all of which converting to a drip system will overcome.

Netafim drip irrigation will maintain healthy, lush and rapid growth for all applications, including:

  • Playing fields
  • Public open spaces
  • Schools
  • Resorts/hotels
  • Median strips
  • Roundabouts
  • Commercial buildings
  • General garden beds

Futher Advantages

  • Eliminate vandalism - the system is out of sight
  • Allows larger irrigation windows
  • Ability to apply fertilisers in a soluble form delivered right to the plant root zone
  • Water savings
  • Fertiliser reductions
  • Reduced labour requirement
  • Reduced operational and maintenance costs


Traffic Islands, median strips, roundabouts

These areas are often subject to physical and mechanical vandalism due to the exposed nature of conventional irrigation systems. Sub mulch dripperline systems eliminate the vandalism by irrigating discreetly, out of sight.

Large Commercial Gardens

The advantage of eliminating evaporation, wind drift and run off make dripperline irrigation for these sites the most efficient option.


When re-vegetation is required especially with hilly, sloping sites, dripperline irrigation will encourage rapid plant growth without soil erosion or run off.

School Food Gardens

More and more schools are encouraging ‘school food gardens’ with the use of water wise irrigation technologies to educate students on being sustainable.

Recycled water

Effluent water is reopening many irrigation opportunities in the landscape sector. Using dripperline irrigation with this effluent water provides the least exposure to the public and is seen as the viable solution when using this water source



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