Root deep drip Size : 14" & 19"

The 19" feed pipe are best fruit trees like pomegranate, mango etc which needs to have well developed root system, that's where feed pipes play a vital role.

Looking at the various needs we have developed a smaller system which takes care even of lawn grass, to small plants in our garden, one can use 14'' for all types of small plants/shrubs.

For each big tree two pipes(19") are required to be planted within the tree canopy, on opposite side 1.5 to 2 .5 feet's away for better aeration/irrigation/fertilization.

Our system (Feed Pipes) is made up of durable ABS plastic with number of measured outlets and with attached filter which allows liquid substances to pass & prevent dirt from entering back into the feed pipe. Our system has a unique feature it works on gravity so no electricity or pressure required.

In addition, it also works with existing installed irrigation system, if the farmer/user has already installed surface irrigation system.

It not only saves more than 50% but good amount of 35% to 40% of fertilizer too. The research is still going on to add more to the benefits data at all levels. Its easy to install and uninstall and is durable and very cost effective.

Trials are taken on fruit trees e.g pomegranate, grapes, chikoo, banana etc.

These Root deep drip can be used to water potted plants too. It is works very efficiently in maintaining terrace garden.

The 19" feed pipe are best fruit trees like pomegranate, mango etc which needs to have well developed root system, that's where feed pipes play a vital role.

Looking at the various needs we have developed a smaller system which takes care even of lawn grass, to small plants in our garden, one can use 14'' for all types of small plants/shrubs.

For each big tree two pipes(19") are required to be planted within the tree canopy, on opposite side 1.5 to 2 .5 feet's away for better aeration/irrigation/fertilization.

Our system (Feed Pipes) is made up of durable ABS plastic with number of measured outlets and with attached filter which allows liquid substances to pass & prevent dirt from entering back into the feed pipe. Our system has a unique feature it works on gravity so no electricity or pressure required.

In addition, it also works with existing installed irrigation system, if the farmer/user has already installed surface irrigation system.

It not only saves more than 50% but good amount of 35% to 40% of fertilizer too. The research is still going on to add more to the benefits data at all levels. Its easy to install and uninstall and is durable and very cost effective.

Trials are taken on fruit trees e.g pomegranate, grapes, chikoo, banana etc.

These Sundar Feed pipe can be used to water potted plants too. It is works very efficiently in maintaining terrace garden.

Trails were taken on Pomegranate, Grapes , Banana, data collected shows it can save more than 50% of water.

1. Evaporation: As the 100 % water given to the tree is saved from evaporation as it goes directly to the deep roots.

2. Saving of water It encourages a much larger root volume than other forms of irrigation and helps develop a plant that is better adapted to survive after watering is terminated. Water is saved on the slopes as the running water enters the feed pipe to the deep roots instead of running down the slope. Due to deep soil watering, the soil biology is activated efficiently. Air and water is introduced at root zones in presence of active soil biology which carries continuous bio decomposition of soil organic matter. Soil organic matter in turn improves the soil water holding capacity leading to less water requirement for the plants.

3. Salt burn Light, frequent irrigation applications can result in a small wetted zone and limited capacity for dilution or leaching of salts. When salt deposits accumulate near the soil surface (due to small irrigation amounts combined with evaporation from the soil surface), crop germination problems and seedling damage are more likely. In arid and semi-arid conditions a smaller wetted zone generally results in a smaller effective root zone; hence the crop is more vulnerable to salt damage and to drought stress injury. Managing irrigation schedules (amounts and timing) by using Sundar feed pipe to support a large root zone helps to keep salt accumulations dispersed and away from plant roots, provides for better root uptake of nutrients, and offers improved protection from salt burn as well short-term drought conditions

4. Root length dense The roots are allowed to reach deep into the soil because there is moisture available for them.

5. Quality of growth. Controlling the amount of water administered to plants improves plant health, reducing the need for fertilizers and pesticides. Reduces air pollution and improves air quality.