Bhubaneswar : Netafim India, a leading smart irrigation solution provider, has unveiled revolutionary Portable Drip Kit – a comprehensive all-in-one irrigation solution that is easy to install and comes at an affordable price.
The kit is designed, particularly for small farmers with farmland up to one acre that offers installation assistance without additional labour. Designed for irrigation of 4500 m2 fields, all the products and parts can be easily installed and dissembled after use to relocate at a convenient storage space. Additionally, the kit is integrating advanced durable drippers that provide excellent operational performance. The key component of the kit is FlexNet™ – a ground-breaking leak-proof flexible mainline and manifold piping solution that offers precise water delivery solution and increases water savings as well as improves crop performance potential through enhanced system performance. The Portable Drip kit is available across India through Netafim’s dealer network. It is suitable for all types of Rabi and Kharif crops varieties including vegetables, cucurbits, close spacing crops etc.
The company through the launch of the Portable Drip Kit aims to cover 10,000 hectares of land under irrigation and reach 25,000 farmers across India in the upcoming year. In Odisha, the company intend to reach additional 5% of the farmer community and cover ~ 1000 hectare of the marginal farmland under drip irrigation.
Speaking about innovation, Mr. Randhir Chauhan, Managing Director – Netafim India, commented, “Netafim India focuses its energies on simplifying cultivation process for farmers and empowering them on the road to growth. We understand that most farmers in India hold fragmented land pieces smaller than 1 acre. Such conditions make crop cultivation a daunting and challenging task for them. The debut of Portable Drip Kit is a result of Netafim’s continued commitment to offer convenient technology, especially to marginal farmers for improved yield potential and productivity, while reducing costs, labour and bring efficiency to water use.”