North America Micro Irrigation Systems Market 2019-2027: Major Opportunities in Focusing on Minimal Wastage of Freshwater - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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North America's micro irrigation systems market would grow progressively in terms of revenue, with a CAGR of 16.43% for the forecast period of 2019-2027.

The countries of the United States and Canada together constitute the North American market for micro irrigation systems.

Northern, central and western regions in the United States have the largest-sized farms among other regions. Fertile and flatlands in these areas help in large-scale mechanization of farms. Groundwater is the prime source of water for irrigation in the central and Midwestern regions. In 2015, the total water consumption for irrigation purposes in the country was 33%.

The US has been facing severe droughts since the last few years. As a consequence, farmers in the country, such as Annie and Mike Dee (Alabama) and Tim Schmeeckle (Nebraska), have purchased software and equipment that makes it possible for them to use variable rate irrigation (VRI). They were provided funds for investing in irrigation infrastructure, so as to increase crop yield and profitability. In addition, most of the key market players are present in the region. All these factors help driving growth in the US market for irrigation systems.

Irritrol Systems (brand of The Toro Company), Antelco Pty Ltd., Lindsay Corporation, Irrigation & Water Technologies (IWT), T-L Irrigation, Driptech (part of Jain Irrigation), Elgo Irrigation Ltd., Hunter Industries, Inc. and Nelson Irrigation Corporation are the distinguished names in the micro irrigation systems market.

Key Topics Covered:

1. North America Micro Irrigation Systems Market - Summary

2. Industry Outlook

2.1. Market Definition

2.2. Key Insights

2.2.1. Features Of Micro Irrigation Are Increasing Its Preference Among The Farmers

2.2.2. Automated Micro Irrigation Systems - Key Trend

2.2.3. Micro Irrigation System - New Alternative For Wastewater Utilization

2.3. Porter's Five Forces Analysis

2.4. Key Impact Analysis

2.4.1. Availability

2.4.2. Brand Value

2.4.3. Price

2.4.4. User-Friendly And Durable Products

2.4.5. Performance

2.5. Market Attractiveness Index

2.6. Vendor Scorecard

2.7. Industry Components

2.7.1. Suppliers

2.7.2. Manufacturers

2.7.3. Distributors And Retailers

2.7.4. End-Users

2.8. Market Drivers

2.8.1. Rising Problem Of Water Scarcity Is Increasing The Scope Of Micro Irrigation

2.8.2. Declining Per Capita Arable Land & Rising Populace

2.8.3. Favorable Policies By Governments Across The World

2.8.4. Demand From Nursery And Commercial Gardens

2.9. Market Restraints

2.9.1. Prohibitive Cost Of Micro Irrigation Systems

2.9.2. Over Irrigation & Clogging Issues

2.10. Market Opportunities

2.10.1. Augmented Demand From Emerging Economies

2.10.2. Focusing On Minimal Wastage Of Freshwater - Major Opportunity

2.11. Market Challenges

2.11.1. Difficulties In Maintenance Of Micro Irrigation Systems

2.11.2. Lack Of Interest In Adopting New Technology By Farmers

3. North America Micro Irrigation Systems Market Outlook - By Type

3.1. Sprinklers

3.2. Drip

4. North America Micro Irrigation Systems Market Outlook - By Crop Type

4.1. Orchard Crops

4.2. Field Crops

4.3. Plantation Crops

4.4. Forage & Grasses

5. North America Micro Irrigation Systems Market - Regional Outlook

5.1. United States

5.2. Canada

6. Competitive Landscape

6.1. Antelco Pty Ltd.

6.2. Chinadrip Irrigation Equipment Co., Ltd.

6.3. Deere & Company

6.4. Driptech (Part Of Jain Irrigation)

6.5. Elgo Irrigation Ltd.

6.6. EPC Industri Ltd. (Mahindra Group Company)

6.7. Hunter Industries, Inc.

6.8. Irrigation & Water Technologies (IWT)

6.9. Irritrol Systems (Brand Of The Toro Company)

6.10. Jain Irrigation Systems Limited (JISL)

6.11. Lindsay Corporation

6.12. Nelson Irrigation Corporation

6.13. Netafim

6.14. Rain Bird Corporation

6.15. Rivulis Irrigation

6.16. T-L Irrigation

6.17. The Toro Company

6.18. Valmont Industries

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