K-Line Irrigation Systems have multiple uses including

   • Pasture, alfalfa and forage irrigation, • Effluent disposal • Sod farm Irrigation •  Vegetable and orchard irrigation • Land reclamation • Fire and dust control • Logging moisture control.

• K-Line is also perfect for any situation where irrigation equipment must be totally removed for other activities like athletic fields • golf courses • polo fields • indoor and outdoor arena conditioning or dust control • and racetrack conditioning.

The concept of pod irrigation began back in the mid 90’s on the South Island of New Zealand. Dairy farmer John Kirk and RX Plastics in Ashburton New Zealand combined to create this new and innovative irrigation system that was eventually called K-Line Irrigation. K-Line Irrigation’s lower cost and simplicity helped it to catch on quickly with the New Zealand graziers.

They soon realized that K-Line could be adapted to almost any shape and size of field without costly changes in fencing, shade trees, buildings, etc, and was also easy and quick to install.

The slow absorption method that comes from smaller sprinklers irrigating over a longer period of time actually resulted in greater forage growth with virtually no runoff. This contibuted to either considerable water savings, or more forage with the same amount of water.

K-Line has become the most popular irrigation system in New Zealand with over 200,000 acres being watered. Australia and other parts of the world are experiencing similar results and growth with K-Line Irrigation.

K-Line Irrigation was introduced to the U.S., Canada and Mexico when K-Line North America was established in June of 2003.


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