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Water consumption in agriculture accounts for 75% of our total fresh water use, greatly contributing to the issue if water scarcity.

APEA is a low cost underground irrigation product designed to limit horticultural water usage to the required amount. Using drip irrigation tape, the main body of the product directs the minimum amount of water straight to the roots, preventing water loss from evaporation and run-off. Equipped with a simple water level index, the system also notifies farmers about the correct functioning of the irrigation solution.


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