Grow higher, better yields every season, with precision irrigation – no matter your crop, climate patterns, soil type or topography. 

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Farm and Agricultural Irrigation Systems

Netafim USA is focused on creating sustainable agricultural irrigation systems that help to save water and don’t require environmentally damaging manufacturing methods. Precision irrigation system is the sustainable solution challenging the way farming is done, by utilizing less and impacting less. Traditionally, farming and agricultural practices require large volumes of resources in order to produce large volumes of crops which can be difficult with limited resources. Instead, Netafim’s systems work by delivering the precise amount of water and nutrients straight to the roots of each plant. So you grow bigger, better yields every season – even with fewer resources.

Precision farm irrigation systems deliver specific, programmable amounts of water and nutrients directly to the roots of each plant in order to achieve better growth and crop development. Our systems are thrive in areas where resources are more scarce but can be implemented worldwide in an effort to conserve water and other resources to increase sustainability and crop yield.

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Solutions for your crops

To maximize both your yields and your long-term success, our agronomists work with you, offering personalized support, guidance and best practices every step of the way. Whatever your challenges, they’ll provide you with the most accurate, up-to-date global intelligence on how to use precision irrigation system to improve your yields and crop quality, based on over 50 years of experience.



Hemp isn’t an easy plant to grow, but it boasts a plethora of natural benefits. Netafim’s irrigation systems help to reduce oversaturation and weed growth and promote adequate aeration enabling plants to flourish.



Cotton can be sensitive to overirrigation, but with drip irrigation systems, water is delivered directly to the root of the plant and doesn’t wet the canopy. This keeps humidity under control and promotes healthier crops.



Discover corn drip irrigation methods to improve crop yield. Learn how Netafim's irrigation systems consistently meet corn water requirements and increase production.



A combination of drip irrigation and micro-sprinklers improves strawberry production. This combination has become a proven irrigation method for staying on schedule and delivering a high-yield, high-quality crop.



Blueberry plants have a very fine and shallow root system, so the crop is vulnerable to water stress. On the other hand, blueberries grow best on well-drained soils and suffer from excess water, so drip irrigation is a perfect fit! 

Sustainable agriculture

Drip irrigation is the sustainable and efficient solution to giving crops the consistent and balanced supply of water and nutrients they need, and Netafim USA is the industry leader in drip irrigation systems. For over 40 years, our technologies have allowed farmers all across the country to produce higher-quality yields every season with precise irrigation systems that can increase water efficiency and greatly reduce energy costs. Better yields mean a much greater return on investment and, ultimately, less food insecurity.

We can guarantee that our drip irrigation system will be beneficial to your agricultural operations no matter your crop, climate, soil type, or topography. This is because drip irrigation ensures optimal growing conditions by frequently delivering small doses of water and essential nutrients directly to the root zones of a plant, reducing runoff and evaporation loss. These doses can be customized for different crops, and entire systems can even be automated, giving you more time to focus on other important tasks. Drip irrigation also provides good soil aeration, eliminates the risk of wet foliage that can cause fungal disease, and offers a host of other benefits for you, your crops, and the planet.

Sustainability means profitability

Today, the best way to deliver bigger, better, more profitable yields is also the most sustainable agriculture. Find out how we work with partners to protect the environment, empower populations and enable global prosperity with precision irrigation system.


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"Today, the data that we access helps us to take better care of our crops. As our entire world faces drought-related challenges, we should continue to believe in the power of research and development. Innovative technology will enable us to find and carry out solutions. In the case of Netafim - one drop of water at a time."

Mike Hemman, President & CEO


Precision agricultural irrigation systems

By designing each product to contribute to saving water and utilizing it more efficiently. We aid farmers in meeting their financial goals as well as help them hit their own targets for sustainability by creating custom dripper irrigation systems unique to their land and plots. These customized solutions stand as a testament to our dedication to precision irrigation. They enable growers to maximize water utilization, reduce waste, and achieve remarkable outcomes in terms of crop quality and yield. Through our efforts, we support not just the financial prosperity of farmers but also their contribution to a more sustainable and environmentally responsible agricultural landscape
Protected crops

Successful greenhouse crops require precise conditions in terms of hydration, humidity, and even cooling. With the power of digital tools and precision irrigation products, you'll have more control over your crop growth and can increase the accuracy of your yield projections. This newfound control not only enhances crop quality and yield but also elevates the precision of yield projections. Precision irrigation, in particular, emerges as a game-changer in this context. It empowers growers to fine-tune the application of water and nutrients, ensuring that plants receive precisely what they need when they need it.  


Orchard farming can be extremely challenging and varying climate conditions can cause a number of issues that detract from healthy tree growth. But by delivering water and nutrients at the root level, farmers can not only save water but ensure the health of their orchard trees for years to come. This precision approach to irrigation is particularly valuable in orchard management, as it minimizes water wastage and mitigates the risks associated with surface-level watering. By providing trees with the exact hydration and nutrients they require, precisely when needed, precision irrigation fosters robust, healthy orchards capable of withstanding changing climate patterns. 

Field crops & vegetables

Farmers who focus on growing field crops place a lot of importance on reducing costs. Using Netafim's precision drip irrigation products, these farmers are able to control their water usage with impressive accuracy and reduce usage costs as a result. Each plant gets exactly what it needs – no more, no less. By embracing Netafim's precision irrigation solutions, field crop growers unlock the potential to reduce expenses while enhancing crop productivity. It's a commitment to resource efficiency that not only benefits the bottom line but also contributes to responsible environmental stewardship, shaping a future where agriculture is both profitable and environmentally conscious.Shape Want to know how to select the right irrigation equipment for different types of crops?

Precision agricultural irrigation systems

Growers Stories

Meet the people pioneering precision irrigation system


A historic season for North Carolina Soybeans.

Despite extreme weather challenges, Kevin Matthews was able to turn his worst producing ground into his best-producing ground.


Texas Cotton Farm's Future Hangs In The Balance

Tony Cox noticed the groundwater he was using to irrigate his crop had turned salty. When many might have abandoned the land, he found a solution with drip irrigation.

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