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Team dcsmat drip irrigation

  1. 1. DRIP IRRIGATION INNOVATOR- RAKESH GANDHI DATE:2/11/12TEAM DCSMATVINEETHARUNARAVINDRESHMA
  2. 2. DRIP IRRIGATION • DRIP IRRIGATION, ALSO KNOWN AS TRICKLE IRRIGATION OR MICRO IRRIGATION OR LOCALIZED IRRIGATION • AN IRRIGATION METHOD THAT SAVES WATER AND FERTILIZER BY ALLOWING WATER TO DRIP SLOWLY TO THE ROOTS OF PLANTS, EITHER ONTO THE SOIL SURFACE OR DIRECTLY ONTO THE ROOT ZONE , THROUGH A NETWORK OF VALVES, PIPES, TUBING , AND EMITTERS . • IT IS DONE THROUGH NARROW TUBES THAT DELIVER WATER DIRECTLY TO THE BASE OF THE PLANT • THE INNOVATION IS SPECIFICALLY FOR THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR OF INDIA WHICH HAS 18,97,282 HA AREA WHICH IS ADEQUATE FOR DRIP IRRIGATION.
  3. 3. COMPONENTS OF DRIP IRRIGATION • PUMP OR PRESSURIZED WATER SOURCE • WATER FILTER(S) OR FILTRATION SYSTEMS: SAND SEPARATOR SUCH AS HYDRO-CYCLONE, SCREEN FILTERS, MEDIA FILTERS, DISC FILTERS • FERTIGATION SYSTEMS (VENTURI INJECTOR) AND CHEMIGATION EQUIPMENT (OPTIONAL) • BACKWASH CONTROLLER (BACKFLOW PREVENTION DEVICE) • PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE (PRESSURE REGULATOR) • MAIN LINE (LARGER DIAMETER PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS)
  4. 4. CONTINUED.. • HAND-OPERATED, ELECTRONIC, OR HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVES AND SAFETY VALVES • SMALLER DIAMETER POLYTUBE (OFTEN REFERRED TO AS "LATERALS") • POLY FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES (TO MAKE CONNECTIONS) • EMITTING DEVICES AT PLANTS (EMITTER OR DRIPPER, MICRO SPRAY HEAD, INLINE DRIPPER OR INLINE DRIP TUBE
  5. 5. CULTIVATION OF CROPS BY ARIES AGRO • POTATO AND BANANA ARE RAISED THROUGH THIS TECHNIQUE • POTATO TAKES 100 DAYS AND BANANA 305 DAYS • QUANTITY OF PRODUCT IMPROVED AND QUALITY TOO INCREASED. • ARIES AGRO WAS THE FIRST TO INTRODUCE THIS IN INDIA • SAVES TIME, LABOR, ELECTRICITY AND WATER.
  6. 6. • THE DRIPPING MAY DEPEND ON THE TYPE OF SOIL.• THE COST OF THIS CULTIVATION USING DRIP IRRIGATION IS 30000/ 1 HECTARE.• REGISTRATION WITH GGRC(GUJARAT GREEN REVOLUTION CORPORATION)• SWITCHING TO GREEN HOUSE CONCEPT,WHEREBY IMPROVING QUALITY OF PRODUCTS)
  7. 7. WHY DRIP IRRIGATION INDIA?? • INDIA ‘S HUGE POPULATION , PROJECTED TO BE THE MOST POPULUS COUNTRY BY 2025. • HAVING MOST FERTILE RIVER BELTS • MAJOR PRODUCER & EXPORTER OF AGRI PRODUCTS • MORE THAN 68% OF INDIA’S POPULATION LIVES IN RURAL AREAS, DEPENDENT ON AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES. • ALL THESE FACTORS DRIVE TO THE HUGE POTENTIAL THAT DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEM HAS IN INDIA • DRIP IRRIGATION PROCESS TAKES LESS TIME AND QUALITY IS ALSO HIGH THAN OTHER WAYS.
  8. 8. ADVANTAGES WHEN COMPARED TOOTHER IRRIGATION METHODS • Increased Revenue from Increased Yields • •Increased Revenue from Increased Quality • •Decreased Water Costs • •Decreased Labour Costs • •Decreased Energy Costs • •Decreased Fertilizer Costs • •Decreased Pesticide Costs • •Improved Environmental Quality
  9. 9. ADVANTAGE OVER FLOOD IRRIGATIONSYSTEM
  10. 10. DRIP VS FLOOD IRRIGATION
  11. 11. STAKE HOLDERS • AGRO FARMS • FARMERS • GOVERNMENT • SUPPLIERS • EMPLOYEES OF THE FIRMS • CUSTOMERS
  12. 12. VALUES CREATED FOR STAKEHOLDERS • AGRO FARMS - ABLE TO PRODUCE QUALITY PRODUCTS WITH LESS INVESTMENT AND OTHER WASTAGE AND GET GOOD RETURNS • FARMERS- TRUE VALUE FOR INVESTMENT.UNAFFECTED BY POOR MONSOON. • GOVERNMENT – MORE CROPS PRODUCED REDUCING CHANCES OF FOOD INFLATION. • EMPLOYEES- MORE PRODUCTIVITY AND INCREASED LEVEL OF KNLOWLEDGE IN CULTIVATION. • CUSTOMERS- AVAILABILTY OF QUALITY CROPS WITHOUT ANY FAILURE DUE TO LESS RAINFALL.
  13. 13. ENVIROMENTALSUSTAINIBILITY • REDUCES WASTAGE OF WATER VS SPRINKLER IRRIGATION • LESS ELECTRICITY IS CONSUMED THAN OTHER IRRIGATIONAL TECHNIQUES. • MORE QUALITY PRODUCTS PRODUCED THAN USING HARMFUL CHEMICALS.
  14. 14. NEXT GENERATION PRACTICE!! • CAN CATER TO THE NEEDS OF HUGE POPULATION IN INDIA • RAINFALL SCARCITY CANNOT AFFECT AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION. • REDUCED COST OF PRODUCTION • HIGH QUALITY CROPS ,VALUE FOR MONEY. • SOCIAL EQUITY MAINTAINED THROUGH MAKING GOOD QUALITY CROPS AVAILABLE FOR THE BOP CUSTOMERS. • GOVERNMENT SUPPORT FOR FARMERS • MORE EMPLOYMENT OPPURTUNIES.
  15. 15. RECOMENDATIONS • AREAS PRONE TO LESS RAINFALL SHOULD ADAPT TO DRIP IRRIGATION. • GOVERNMENT SHOULD CONDUCT AWARENESS PROGRAMS. • PRESENT SPRINKLER IRRIGATION SHOULD BE REPLACED WITH DRIP IRRIGATION.
  16. 16. THANK YOU

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