Open Fields

Project Stages

Our team will first conduct a thorough survey of the terrain, its topography and general geographic conditions such as climate, environment, local regulations, and any other factor affecting future cultivation.

Once the conditions and types of crops have been determined, the irrigation network can be designed, including the type of components and equipment for pumping, filtration systems, main and sub-main piping, driplines, and control system.

Pumping equipment and its location are determined by the characteristics of the terrain, topography, and the available sources of water, in accordance to the individual needs of the crops to be cultivated.

Depending on the quality of the water, we use gravel, screen or disc filtration systems

The appropriate types of driplines, sprinklers and irrigation machines (linear and center pivot), will be laid out to ensure efficiency, savings, and sustainability with the desired water and fertilizer discharge needed by the specific crop, soil and environmental conditions to maximize quantity and quality of the yield. Options include fertilizer tanks as well as electrical or hydraulic fertilizer pumps.

For light frost protection we offer a system including a range of  sprinklers deployed over the relevant cultivated area.