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Irrigation and Agriculture

In the agricultural sector, a sustainable approach to the use of water is a basic requirement for the production of natural food under constantly changing climatic conditions. The changing climate noticeably affects production in many regions of the world. Irrigation is necessary under such conditions to secure the crop yields. Other conditions such as too little precipitation or severely fluctuating precipitation also necessitate irrigation to balance out the natural water supply. Irrigation is the key to turning vast areas into usable, fertile land, which would otherwise lie dry and barren. For this reason, artificial irrigation is used worldwide for the husbandry of around 150 million hectares of land.

Modern irrigation systems for agriculture

Modern field irrigation provides differing options for supplying the root systems with ampleamounts of water. The water requirement depends significantly on the type of crop sown, thesoil conditions and the climate.

Applications in professional irrigation/agriculture

Differing pump systems and irrigation systems are needed to ensure all plants get enough water.

Especially in dry regions, it is important to extract and deliver irrigation water as effectively as possible. Wilo has the necessary expertise and the right technologies. Wilo borehole pumps and turbines ensure, for example, that water can be drawn from the ground or from water pipes to safeguard the required supply.

Not all farmers have the same conditions for pumping water. That is why Wilo has developed pumps that can be positioned freely. For example, they can be located quite feasibly on a float to simply pump water from a river or lake. Wilo’s glanded pumps are tried and trusted in practice. They allow you draw off the amount of water you require regardless of the respective water level and transport it precisely to where it is needed.

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