Modern drip root irrigation was developed in Germany (1860) when researchers began experiments to create irrigation and drainage systems.
What is Drip Root Irrigation?
Drip root irrigation is extra-specific watering for plants. Rather than watering a whole field, just the plant is watered and the empty area between plants is not.
Why Drip Root Irrigation will Help
At the moment, one could argue that warm climate and water usage of farms is an example of a positive feedback. As the temperature gets warmer, more water gets evaporated. This just means more water needs to be pumped by the farmer. With more water evaporated, heat will be trapped (water is considered a greenhouse gas because a greenhouse gas is defined as: that absorbs infrared heat). This will raise the temperature etc. But, if just the plant is watered, the amount of water used will be greatly reduced. Less water usage would also lead to a lower water bill.