The drainage network controls soil moisture by taking the excess water from irrigation or rain and applying it through underground irrigation, thus saving a lot of water during drought season. It is formed of pipes that have a 10 cm diameter and which are punctured on the entire surface, ridged and flexible, buried 40-50 cm under the ground, horizontally placed, at the same level, covered in a fiber (geotextile), in order not to clog up in time.
Due to its structure, the drainage pipe triples the water absorption speed, allowing it to dissipate also on the sides, not only downwards. The drainage network can be connected to the local sewage system (if there is one), to the well from the yard or to a collecting pit. If there is no sewage system we will add drain pipes until we reach a satisfactory length, and excess water will be recycled to the roots of the plants and turf, this way the irrigation is made straight from the underground.