Mirai Agriculture

Irrigation Systems

Mirai projects are carefully customized to meet local needs and climate conditions. By using diverse irrigation methods, we are able to develop a profitable project. In many of Mirai projects, we use drip irrigation systems. The main premise of the drip irrigation method is being able to water plants using a small amount of water delivered through pressurized pipes and drippers without creating problems that might otherwise arise from lack of moisture in the root zone. One of the most important aspects of this method is that the watered zone is only along the plant line, leaving the rest of the field dry, thus using the least amount of water possible. Mirai provides customers with state-of-the-art irrigation technology in the professional solutions offered. Mirai’s emphasis is to provide the delivery of service as needed, within the specified requirements.

Irrigation Infrastructure

Mirai offers “end to end” water system that includes dam, main pumping station, control head, filtering system, air & other valves, water meters, main & sub main pipes, irrigation & nutrition controllers, irrigation systems, drainage collection and water treatment units.

Drip Irrigation

This is known as the most water efficient method of irrigation. Water drops right near the root zone of a plant in a dripping motion. If the system is installed properly you can steadily reduce the loss of water through evaporation and runoff.

Sprinkler System

This is an irrigation system based on overhead sprinklers, sprays or guns, installed on permanent risers. You can also have the system buried underground and the sprinklers rise up when water pressure rises, which is a popular irrigation system for use on golf courses and parks.

Rotary Systems

This method of irrigation is best suited for larger areas, for the sprinklers can reach distances of up to 100 feet. The word “Rotary” is indicative of the mechanical driven sprinklers moving in a circular motion, hence reaching greater distances. This system waters a larger area with small amounts of water over a longer period of time.

Center Pivot Irrigation

This is a form of overhead irrigation. Steel or aluminum pipes are joined together, supported by trusses,mounted on wheeled towers. The sprinklers are situated on the length of the tower and they move in a circular motion.

Misters & Foggers

Provides a uniform coverage under protective cultivation whilst using a Low pressure Leakage Prevention Device (LPD) for perfect pulsed operation, this device is Ideal for misting & cooling, Under tree sprinklers Low angle, low-volume sprinklers, fine water droplets prevent formation of crust and drainage, providing perfect germination conditions, easy installation.