In This method all main and sub lines are permanently laid under the soil within 2
feet depth. We take deliveries based on motor power, field shape and wind velocity
in that field. Normally it fixed in between 75 to 120 feet based on some factors.
This is a technical oriented project. So our presentation in designing of this
project is very much important. Otherwise it leads to failure in uniform wetting and
Initial investment for construction of pillar is high. But very successful user
friendly method with extraordinary system life up to 50 years without any big
If the land is lease or contract farming means permanent cement pillar point
construction is not possible. So consider these factors before selection
This is the only system supported by some of the global Governments and gives some
subsidies also only because of low budget system. But it has so much of maintenance
due to high pressure operations. Shifting of pipes and stand sets are the major
issues in this method. Anyway this system needs particular pressure to cover maximum
area and uniform wetting. So we must replace your existing low pressure motor and
fix recommended pressurized motor for that particular discharge and head especially
for that field.
In this method one main line with 3 or 4 inches PVC laid under 2 feet depth and
outlets given for every 100 feet intervals. Here quick release couplings fitted for
easy connection. Then detachable 2 inches or 2.5 inches HDPE pipes connect with
stand sets. On top of the stand rain gun fixed for sprinkling the water. After
completion of irrigation it must be shifted to other place for sprinkling.
Both rainguns and sprinkler irrigation system are suitable for groundnut. For small
areas sprinkler is preferable. For more than 2 Acre rain is recommended.
Main benefit for this crop is natural cooling climate improves the plant condition
and helps in photosynthesis perfectly which causing high yield.
Better disease and insect control due to often sprinkling of
water. Reduces pest control cost. And give natural organic output.