The global micro irrigation systems market is teeming with opportunities to provide a sustainable irrigation solution for agricultural crop in water scarce regions. Agrarian economies of Asia Pacific and Africa face challenges of long spell of droughts and climatic uncertainties that require reliable man-made irrigation methods to prevent huge losses of agricultural crop. To address this, governments in these countries are educating farmers for the adoption of sustainable irrigation methods and are also providing subsidies on the installation cost of modern irrigation systems such as drip irrigation. This is boosting the micro irrigation systems market.
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In addition, micro irrigation systems ensure regularity and frequency of water application, which is a significant factor for the quality and yield of agricultural crop.
However, on the flip side, high initial capital for micro irrigation systems limits their adoption for cost-intensive agriculture such as orchards and vineyards. Considering a host of favorable factors, the global micro irrigation systems market is poised to rise at an impressive CAGR of 15.3% between 2017 and 2023, as per a market intelligence study by Transparency Market Research (TMR).
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The global micro irrigation systems market is studied on the basis of product type, component, application, and region. Depending upon product type, sprinkler irrigation systems and drip irrigation systems are the segments into which the micro irrigation systems market is divided. Sprinkler irrigation systems, of the two, dominates the micro irrigation systems market. The segment is likely to hold the leading 83.4% of the overall market to be worth US$7,296.3 mn by 2023 end; the growth of this segment is mainly because of inexpensiveness of sprinkler systems over drip irrigation systems that account for their widespread use in landscaping and agriculture. Sprinkler irrigation systems segment comprise traditional sprinkler, center pivot sprinkler, and lateral move sprinkler.
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By component, the elements common to both sprinkler irrigation systems and drip irrigation systems are couplers and tubing. Component specific to sprinkler irrigation systems are pumping unit, and fittings & sprinkler heads. Pumping unit is the most expensive component of sprinkler irrigation systems; pumping unit is anticipated to report a revenue of US$2,922.0 mn by 2023.
Drippers, backflow preventers, valves, filters, pressure regulators, and fittings are the components specific to drip irrigation systems. Filters, among them, are the most crucial component for the maintenance of drip irrigation systems.
Geography-wise, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America are the regions into which the worldwide micro irrigation systems market is divided. Of them, Europe holds the leading share of the micro irrigation systems market vis-à-vis revenue. Modern farming practices account for extensive demand for micro irrigation systems in the region.
Key companies in the global micro irrigation systems market include Netafim Ltd., The Toro Company, Rivulus Plastro Ltd., Sistema Azud SA, Lindsay Corporation, T-L Irrigation Company, Valmont Industries Inc., Reinke Manufacturing Company Inc., Elgo Irrigation Ltd., Eurodrip SA, Hunter Industries Inc., Rain Bird Corporation, and Jain Irrigation Systems Market.