In traditional watering methods there is an extreme fluctuation in the water content, temperature, and aeration of the soil, resulting in plant stress.so of the advantages of drip watering are as follows.
1. Drip watering keeps the moisture content of soil relatively constant and ensures that oxygen remains available to
the root system.
2. A drip system produces healthy, fast-growing plants. In fact, improved crop yields were the primary force behind
the development of drip irrigation for agriculture.
3. Drip irrigation gives you the ability to put water exactly where it’s needed and keep paths and areas between
plants dry. This reduces both wastage of water and weeding.
4. Water lost to evaporation is negligible compared to overhead watering.