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irrigation flow rate Applications

  • Agriculture sensors solutions for orrigation industry

    Farmers in the 21st century are using efficient irrigation technology such as drip systems to maximize their usage of one of our most valuable commodities - water. Water flow rates to irrigated areas can be controlled effectively, concentrating the application of water in the immediate vicinity of the crops and adjusting the quantity of water delivered. The next step in precision irrigation is accurate knowledge of soil moisture content around the crop so that the amount of water and the frequency at which it is...

    By E.S.I. Environmental Sensors Inc. based in Sidney, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Irrigation solutions for Tomato crops

    Tomato is one of the most spreaded agricultural products all around the world and even of higher economic value. Its demand is continuously increasing and with it, the crop, production and trade. The world production is of 85 millions of tons (FAO 2007) and the countries with higher productions are China, Mexico, United States, Turkey, Spain, Italy and Egypt. Continentally, according to FAO data, Asia participates with no more than 50%, followed by America with a 20%, Europe 15% and the rest comes from Oceania...

    By Sistema Azud, S.A. based in Alcantarilla, SPAIN.

  • Water filtration systems for sub-surface drip irrigation

    It is an irrigation system that uses a main network to distribute the filtered and pressurized water to the emitting pipes under the surface of the terrain and together the crop line. The emitters in line supply a unique flow rate by each emitting point that is among the interval of 0,6-8l/h. The volume of water supplied under the surface of the soil (nearest the plants) generates a spatial distribution of the same named “dump bulb”. The shape and size of this “dump bulb” is different from the surface localized...

    By Sistema Azud, S.A. based in Alcantarilla, SPAIN.

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