AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION PROJECTS
We provide support and agricultural irrigation solutions for all types of farms, mines & commercial areas across Australia. Applying our design and installation knowledge to crop, orchard, vineyard, vegetable and organic agriculture projects. Whether you require a completely new system, or an upgrade or repair of your existing irrigation system, our agricultural irrigation team will create a solution that dramatically reduces your net water consumption through water management efficiencies and recycling. We provide guidance and support from design, right through to installation and ongoing maintenance.
Agricultural Irrigation in Western Australia is one of our areas of expertise. Here at Land & Water Technology in Perth we specialise in Water management, reticulation and agricultural irrigation systems, which help WA’s farming community address the greatest challenge facing Australian primary producers.
Our expert team have over 30 years industry experience in Irrigation Farm Design & Installation.
At Land & Water Technology we only use quality products ensuring you receive the best value for money. Our close relationship with Netafim Irrigation ensures you recieve the best quality products for your farm as well as the best value for money.
Drip irrigation is the most efficient water and nutrient delivery system for growing crops. It delivers water and nutrients directly to the plant’s roots zone, in the right amounts, at the right time, so each plant gets exactly what it needs, when it needs it, to grow optimally. Thanks to drip irrigation, farmers can produce higher yields while saving on water as well as fertilisers, energy and even crop protection products.
Our Digital Farming products and solutions give you more precise, automated control over every detail of your farm, and deeper insights into your crop health, soil conditions and yield performance – with support and guidance at every step. So it’s easier to run your farm and boost your profitability.
How does Dripline work?
Water and nutrients are delivered across the field in pipes called ‘dripperlines’ featuring smaller units known as ‘drippers’. Each dripper emits drops containing water and fertilizers, resulting in the uniform application of water and nutrients direct to each plant’s root zone, across an entire field.