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MICRO-IRRIGATION INDUSTRY Presented by-Gaurav Kadam

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  • MICRO-IRRIGATION INDUSTRY

    Presented by-Gaurav Kadam

  • content

    Introduction

    History

    Overview

    Name Of the Companies

    Major players and market share

    Growth rate of Micro-irrigation industry in India

    Challenges

    Forecasting of Micro irrigation industry

    Micro-irrigation industry boost

  • Introduction

    Definition of Micro Irrigation:

    It can be defined as the application of water at

    low volume and frequent interval under low pressure to

    plant root zone.

  • History

    The basic idea under lying drip irrigation can be traced to experiments in Germany in 1860.

    The first work in drip irrigation in the United States was a study by house in Colorado in 1913.

    During the early 1940, Sumcha Blas an Israeli Engineer observed that a larger tree near the leaking water supply pipe exhibited a more vigorous growth than the other trees in the area.

    Drip irrigation pipes came to be sold outside Israel in 1969 on a commercial venture.

    In India micro irrigation introduced in 1987.

  • SECTORIAL OVERVIEW

  • Elements of Micro-Irrigation

    Drip-irrigation Sprinkler irrigation

  • Growth rateThe micro irrigation sector in India CAGR is 10.3 % still FY16 accounted Rs. 1800 corer

    The Asia Pacific region has been the market leader for drip irrigation systems with a market share of 49.5% and it is expected to further grow at the highest CAGR of 13.0% during 2015 to 2020.

    The sprinkler irrigation segment dominated the micro irrigation systems market, having contributed around 77.3% share in 2013.

  • http://ficci.in/spdocument/20205/Sustainable-Agriculture-Water-Management.pdf

  • NO. OF PLAYERS AND

    MARKET SHARE OF MAJOR

    PLAYERS

  • Ragistrate Company In India

  • Major Players and Share

  • GROWTH RATE OF MICRO-

    IRRIGATION INDUSTRY IN

    INDIA

  • The micro irrigation systems market, in terms of revenue, was 2.27 billion USD in 2014 and is projected to reach $5.90 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 17.3% during the forecasted period.

    In terms of types, the sprinkler irrigation segment is estimated to be the largest and the fastest-growing market for micro irrigation systems from 2015 to 2020 as it is one of the most water-efficient systems.

  • CHALLENGES

  • Challenges1. Introduction of Modern Drip irrigation and agriculture methods to Indian farmers.

    2. Replacing the traditional agriculture by affordable system to produce more crop and more income from the same available land and water.

    3. Enabling introduction of new crops and markets to smallholders.

    4. Inability to obtain or use of water.

    5. Saturation or contraction of market demand.

    6. Lack of awareness.

    7. Cost of installation and maintenance.

    8. Costbenefit of crop production

  • NEW TRENDS

  • Atomisation

    An automated irrigation system refers to the operation of the system with no or just a minimum of manual intervention beside the surveillance.

    Almost every system (drip, sprinkler, surface) can be automated with help of timers, sensors or computers or mechanical appliances.

    It makes the irrigation process more efficient and workers can concentrate on other important farming tasks.

    On the other hand, such a system can be expensive and very complex in its design and may needs experts to plan and implement it.

    High-Tech Principles-

    Time Based System

    Volume Based System ZELLA et al. (2008).

    Open Loop Systems(Adapted from BOMAN et al. 2006)

    http://www.sswm.info/library/4777

  • Fertigation

    Quantitative fertigation

    Proportional fertigation

    Fertilizer injection method

    - quantity applied

    - duration of applications

    - proportion of fertilizers

    - starting and finishing time

  • Drip Kit- Solar Pump A revolution is taking place in how water is being pumped in remote locations beyond the reach of electric power lines. Solar power has proven to be an ideal way to lift water for drinking, sanitation, stock tanks, and irrigation.

    Solar Photovoltaic (PV) panel is one of the the simplest possible way to generate electricity beyond the reach of power lines. It has no moving parts and last for decades with virtually no maintenance. Solar power is no longer an expensive, experimental energy source

  • Drip Kit- Solar Pump A revolution is taking place in how water is being pumped in remote locations beyond the reach of electric power lines. Solar power has proven to be an ideal way to lift water for drinking, sanitation, stock tanks, and irrigation.

    Solar Photovoltaic (PV) panel is one of the the simplest possible way to generate electricity beyond the reach of power lines. It has no moving parts and last for decades with virtually no maintenance. Solar power is no longer an expensive, experimental energy source

  • FORECASTING OF MICRO IRRIGATION

  • Micro-irrigation Industry Boost

    The irrigated area has increased in all the surveyed states after the introduction of NMMI Scheme.

    Micro irrigation has generated benefits to the farmers in terms of enhancement of the productivity.

    The average productivity of fruits and vegetables has increased about 42.3% and 52.8%, respectively mainly because of crop spacing, judicious use of water and other inputs etc.

    Benefit Cost (BC) ratio of installing micro irrigation system is greater than 1 across the states and across the crops, which signifies the importance of MI system in net income enhancement of the farmers.

    The positive outcomes have made the food security effective due to the increase in the production and productivity of different crops and increased area under irrigation from same source of water.

  • The overall benefits accrued from the micro irrigation system are reflected in the income enhancement of the farmers.

    All the surveyed states reported increase in farmers income in the range of 20% to 68% with an average increase of 48.5%.

    Irrigation cost is reduced by 20%-50% with average of 32.3%. Reduction in electricity consumption after installation of MI system. Average electricity consumption has been reduced by about 31% after using the micro irrigation system.

    Saving of fertilizers with averages reduction of about 28% in total fertilizer consumption in the surveyed states. Fertilizer saving vary from 7%- 42%.

    Cont...

  • GOVERNMENT POLICIES ON MI IN INDIA

  • Subsidy state Subsidy % for Drip

    irrigationSubsidy % for Sprinkler irrigation

    Major crops under MI

    Maharashtra 50 50 Grapes,Banana,S.cane

    Andhra Pradesh 70 70 Chillies,Mango,G.Nut

    Bihar 90 90 S.cane,Banana,Coconut,Maize

    Chhattisgarh 70 70 Sweet orange,Vegetables

    Goa 50 50 Vegetables

    Gujarat 50 50 Vegetables,Cotton,G.Nut

    Haryana 90 50 Orchard crops

    Himachal Pradesh 80 80 Orchard crops

    Jharkhand 50 50 Vegetables

  • State Subsidy % for Drip irrigation

    Subsidy % for Sprinkler irrigation

    Major crops under MI

    Karnataka 75 75 Grapes,Vegetables

    Kerala 50 50 Coconut,Arecanut,Pepper

    Madhya Pradesh 70 70 Sweetorange,Banana,Vegetables

    Orissa 70 70 Vegetables,Cashew,Mango

    Punjab 75 75 Vegetables,Orchard crops

    Rajasthan 70 60 G.Nut,Maize

    Tamil Nadu 65 50 S.cane,Banana,Coconut,Maize,G.Nut

    UP 50 100 Vegetables,Mango,S.cane

    Uttarakhand 50 50 Potato,G.Nut,Orchard crops

    W.Bengal 50 50 Banana,Maize,Mango

  • Referenceswww.agricultureinformation.com

    irrigation association of India

    iaiindia.org/memberlist.html

    www.researchandmarkets.com

    www.news.kenresearch.com

    www.dailypioneer.com

    http://ficci.in/spdocument/20205/Sustainable-Agriculture-Water-Management.pdf

    Government Assistance to National Mission for Micro Irrigation

    http://www.agricultureinformation.com/https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=5&ved=0ahUKEwjyhJXCoMrKAhWKBI4KHZVaDrcQFgg2MAQ&url=http://iaiindia.org/&usg=AFQjCNF8fLP31rLu-emaT4BjA804_E19JA&bvm=bv.112766941,d.c2Ehttp://www.researchandmarkets.com/http://www.news.kenresearch.com/http://www.dailypioneer.com/http://ficci.in/spdocument/20205/Sustainable-Agriculture-Water-Management.pdf