Drip irrigation Systems

Drip Irrigation is a form of Micro-Irrigation that offers water and nutrient conservation by delivering water directly to the plant roots, either above or below the soil surface, in a slow and controlled manner. In this system, water is lifted from the water source by a pumping unit and transported to the field through a closed conduit piping network, eliminating any conveyance losses. Jagriti Pipes Drip Irrigation Systems are designed to provide a precise amount of water at regular intervals directly to the root zone of each plant, ensuring that plants receive water and nutrients without experiencing water pressure. The system comprises ISI marked Mainline, Sub-Mainline, Integral drip lines lateral, Drippers, and a range of fittings suitable for different conditions. Drip Irrigation systems are typically operated using ISI marked Plastic Screen/Disc filters, Plastic Hydro-cyclone filters, Plastic Head Units, Valves, Venturis, Online Drippers, and other components.

BIS Standards:

The Flat & Round Emitting Pipe (IS: 13488:2008) serves as a crucial component of drip irrigation systems, while the lateral tubes (IS: 12786:1989) are utilized as sub-main/lateral pipes in drip and mini irrigation systems.


  • Reduces stress on crops and provides water as per their requirements
  • Significantly saves water (60% to 70% reduction)
  • Saves labor, electricity, and time
  • Enhances crop quality and increases yield
  • Ensures even distribution of water
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