Line Set

Definition - What does Line Set mean?

When growing crops, a farmer needs to be responsible for the water, space, and time for the plant to grow. Watering by hand can be time-consuming as well as physically demanding on the gardener. Many established gardens have an irrigation system built in that makes the process of growing easier as well.

MaximumYield explains Line Set

Line sets are PVC tubes, rubber, plastic or something similar that are laid in the dirt near the roots of the plants. The method that the gardener uses to irrigate their plants is up to their personal preference. Some prefer a small, continual amount of water dripping in the soil. Others have a line set that is connected to a water source and soaks the soil for a set amount of time. Line sets are versatile and when established in an area can make watering plants the right way much easier and helps to evenly distribute the water in the garden.

This definition was written in the context of Gardening
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