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One supplier for your landscape irrigation projects

We offer a complete range of products for the installation of garden irrigation systems in parks and gardens of all sizes. From couplings to sprinklers to automation, we can support you.

Why partner with Bosta?

  •  A skilled team of irrigation specialists who can help you with garden irrigation installation
  •  Irrigation project design and supply of a comprehensive, qualitative product range
  •  Training, advice and the tools to install the irrigation system yourself with technical support on demand
  •  Lead generation through our consumer website
  •  We are an accredited member of BALI

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Provide us with a draft of your customer’s garden and we will design the whole irrigation system and provide you with a detailed drawing and list of products. It goes without saying that this will be followed by a fast delivery of the materials. All this will save you time, which you can spend on other projects. All that’s left for you to do is to install it.

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"Bosta's professional service and knowledge helped to design an automated system to future-proof my client's garden against droughts and heat waves, with maximum water efficiency"

Mark - Installer

Everything you need to know about landscape irrigation

You’re a landscaper, not necessarily an irrigation specialist. We on the other hand are no landscapers but are experts in the field of irrigation. In order to make your project a success, we inform you on everything you need to know about irrigation.

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One supplier for your irrigation projects

We offer a complete range of products for irrigation. From couplings to sprinklers to automation, we can support you.

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Bosta as irrigation experts

Bosta as irrigation experts

The recent dry seasons due to climate change have affected grass and flowerbeds in many gardens. The Bosta irrigation team took on a garden that has been influenced by the last two dry seasons. 

We made a design and chose a totally automated system with controller, rain sensor, dripline, sprinklers and riser stakes. Comprising 4 irrigation zones, the whole garden was covered leaving the homeowners to enjoy their beautiful garden thereon, without the hassle of watering by hand.

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Complete your project with a pool?

Complete your project with a pool?

Maximise the potential of your clients’ garden by adding a swimming pool. Make it the centre piece of your designed garden and create a backyard full of activity and fun. 

Our specialised Bosta pools team has the perfect solution for any budget. Installing a pool can be a complex job. To help you get started, we provide one piece pool kits. Or we can set you up with a professional pool installer.

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Louise Miller - your irrigation expert

Louise Miller - your irrigation expert

Louise has access to a global network of installers and suppliers. She devises a solution to any water issue and remains involved in irrigation projects from start to finish. She is also a born connector, who effortlessly links your question to the answer.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the components of an automatic irrigation sprinkler system?

A typical automatic irrigation system consists of a controller, solenoid valves and sprinklers with necessary PE pipe & fittings. Additionally, rain sensors, soil moisture sensors etc can be also added to the system.

What are the key features of a drip irrigation system?

Drip irrigation tubes are made with equidistant small holes on its surface for gradual and effective wetting of base of plants compared to above ground spraying. It complements best when used for garden beds containing lots of plants and shrubs.

Is an automatic irrigation system more effective than a manual system?

An automatic irrigation system will perform a more effective job with better water saving. Since it is designed based on the topological conditions as well as based upon the plants raised in the plot.

Which drip irrigation system is a cost-effective method?

Drip tubes discharges at the rate of 0.001 – 0.002 m3/h whereas a regular sprinkler discharges at 0.09 - 0.13 m3/h. The slower application rate does affect and reduce water usage by 40% comparatively.

How do I check for working of drip irrigation lines?

Few minutes after turning on the water supply or valve, check whether the areas through which the drip lines run becomes damp or not. If the drip line is either installed underground or covered with organic matter, it becomes difficult to access the wet spots. In such a case, simply dig out a small portion of the soil manually and try to feel the wetness of soil.

How do I winter-proof drip irrigation lines?

Turn off the water supply and then blow air through the lines to rid of water particles for preventing freezing damages before temperature drops considerably. The drip lines should then be started again only during spring. Another way to clear out water is to use drain valves with suitable fittings towards the end of drip lines instead of capping it.

Frequently asked questions

A typical automatic irrigation system consists of a controller, solenoid valves and sprinklers with necessary PE pipe & fittings. Additionally, rain sensors, soil moisture sensors etc can be also added to the system.
Drip irrigation tubes are made with equidistant small holes on its surface for gradual and effective wetting of base of plants compared to above ground spraying. It complements best when used for garden beds containing lots of plants and shrubs.

An automatic irrigation system will perform a more effective job with better water saving. Since it is designed based on the topological conditions as well as based upon the plants raised in the plot.
Drip tubes discharges at the rate of 0.001 – 0.002 m3/h whereas a regular sprinkler discharges at 0.09 - 0.13 m3/h. The slower application rate does affect and reduce water usage by 40% comparatively.
Few minutes after turning on the water supply or valve, check whether the areas through which the drip lines run becomes damp or not. If the drip line is either installed underground or covered with organic matter, it becomes difficult to access the wet spots. In such a case, simply dig out a small portion of the soil manually and try to feel the wetness of soil.
Turn off the water supply and then blow air through the lines to rid of water particles for preventing freezing damages before temperature drops considerably. The drip lines should then be started again only during spring. Another way to clear out water is to use drain valves with suitable fittings towards the end of drip lines instead of capping it.