Irrigation systems

Irrigation systems for all types of plantations

Any greenhouse needs an irrigation system installed so that the crops can receive the right amount of water and thus continue their optimal development.


J. Huete International has extensive experience in the installation of irrigation systems within protected cultivation facilities. After measuring the terrain, assessing the quality of the water supply, the climate and the type of soil, our specialists determine the pumping unit, head, fertiliser supply, dripper type, design and calculations required.

There are several types of irrigation systems that can be installed in a greenhouse

Drip irrigation

Optimal application of irrigation water, which infiltrates the soil in the area that directly affects the roots. It works thanks to a system of pipes and emitters, which can be self-compensating, anti-drainage or adjustable.
Drip irrigation works optimally in fruit, citrus, vine and vegetable crops:


Automatic irrigation

These systems facilitate labour and control over the crop, as they allow optimal distribution.


Hydroponic irrigation

We are experts in hydroponic production systems and in irrigation by which the roots receive a nutritive solution dissolved in water with the chemical elements necessary for the correct development of any type of substrate culture.
The substrate can be irrigated by drip, subirrigation or exudation, while the substrate can be placed in bags or individual containers or pots.


Sprinkler irrigation

Sprinkler irrigation systems are mainly used in open field plantations and can be traditional (fixed or mobile) or automated: they operate with motors and hydraulic systems that allow their movement.

Micro-sprinkler irrigation

Irrigation system using very fine droplets distributed by a rotating deflector, or rotor, which achieves wide crop coverage, lower precipitation rate and uniform distribution.
It is mainly used for low volume irrigation in horticultural crops, fruit growing, flowers, greenhouses, nurseries…

Mist irrigation

These systems produce a fine mist: the pressurised water comes out of a small perforation, so that the jet hits against a concave wall which, in turn, releases and distributes it in a nebulised form.
It is mainly used to increase the relative humidity, lower the temperature, apply treatments and, of course, to irrigate.

The main difference with micro-spraying is that misting does not project water in the form of jets.


This irrigation technique incorporates mineral nutrients to the crops together with the irrigation water.
It is widely used in localised irrigation systems.

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