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Looking towards rate of growth and to diversify business we have started company KEESEN CROP MANAGEMENT to manufacture and supply Micro irrigation system

The global micro irrigation system market is one of the fastest growing segments of global agriculture industry. This growth is particularly higher in geography such as Africa and Asia-Pacific due to increased water scarcity and farmers awareness regarding improvement in yield quality and quantity using micro irrigation.

Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing segment due to the constant push by Government bodies for adoption of micro irrigation systems. estimated CAGR of 21.5% from 2011 to 2016.
Some of the major drivers of the industry identified in this report are cost effectiveness of micro irrigation systems with fertigation and chemigation, economic and social benefits with water savings, and increasing demand of food from growing population, and water scarcity while major restraint is high initial and maintenance cost of micro irrigation systems.
The demand for land and water in India is continuously escalating due to increased population. The land can be used intensively on even up to 3 crops in a year for which water is needed. Therefore water management and increased production are very essential and crucial for the development.

Research studies conducted in India by various institutions have indicated that water saving is about 4080% and the yield increase is up to 30% for different crops by using micro-irrigation. The incremental benefit-drip cost ratio (BI/CD) worked out for various crops ranges from 1.35 to 13.35 excluding water saving and 2.78 to 32.32 including water saving. It has also been proved that drip irrigation, which is a type of micro-irrigation, is technically feasible and socially acceptable not only for large farms but also in small and marginal farms.

Drip irrigation can be adopted to large areas irrigated from wells especially for wide spaced high value crops. This method is also suitable for hilly and undulated tracts, coastal sand terrains, and to a great extent in the water scarce areas of South and Western India.

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Date Added : 13-3-2015