Keeping your grass looking bright, lively, and healthy is part of maintaining a well-manicured lawn. This might mean that you have to head outside once or twice a day during the spring and summer with your hose to keep your grass hydrated. But this can be tiresome, especially if you have a large yard or expansive landscaping. In this case, an above ground irrigation system could be extremely helpful.
Irrigation systems have been used throughout history to water crops, grass, and plants when rainfall was inadequate. The Indus Valley Civilization developed sophisticated irrigation systems as far back as 3000 BCE. Ancient Persians, Chinese, and Egyptians used canals, wells, and reservoirs to supply water for their