Yield and fiber quality are of top priority to the cotton grower and are influenced by water management. This makes precision irrigation the smart choice for consistently higher quality yields.
Pressure-compensated, thick-walled drip lines – designed to handle low water quality and the most difficult environments and topographies. Ideal for orchards, vineyards, greenhouses and other permanent crops.Read More
Medium and thick-walled drip lines – perfect if you’re looking for durability, longevity and clog-resistance in challenging water conditions when irrigating on flat topographies. Ideal for subsurface drip, orchards, vineyards and field crops in permanent irrigation systems.Read More
Find out how digital farming is empowering growers with precision irrigation to control their own destinies in new ways.Read More
What is the expected cotton yield with drip irrigation?
We have seen drip irrigation yield 2.2-2.6 tons/ha of lint in several locations around the world.
How much water can I save when converting from furrow to drip irrigation?
When cotton is grown under furrow irrigation it requires 900mm of water per cycle, while if it is grown under drip irrigation it requires only 500mm per cycle
Can drip irrigation systems be activated remotely?
Yes. Advanced digital tools allow you to activate and manage your irrigation and plant nutrition from the palm of your hand, wherever you are. In addition, the real-time insights from the field mean that you can optimize your irrigation practices, reduce labor, operational complexity and costs.