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dMim Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd.

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The sugar cane is a perennial tropical grass with shallow fibrous root system . Plant (first) crop is normally followed by 2 to 4 ratoon crops, and in certain cases up to a maximum of 7 crops are taken (in Lain America). A ratoon is the cane that grows from buds remaining in the stubble left in the ground after a crop has been harvested. It’s grown for the sugar mainly but today ethyl alcohol (Biofuel) production is widely spreading, molasses and fiber (bagasse) are by products. Sugar cane can be grouped into three varieties: early, mid-late and late. It is propagated vegetativly by...

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The yields affected significantly by temperature, relative humidity and solar radiation. Optimum temperature for sprouting (germination) of stem cuttings is 32 to 38°C. Optimum growth is achieved with mean daily temperatures between 22 and 30°C. Minimum temperature for active growth is approximately 20°C. For ripening, however, relatively lower temperatures in the range of 20 to 10°C are desirable, since this has a noticeable influence on the reduction of vegetative growth rate and the enrichment of sucrose in the cane. A long growing season is essential for high yields. The normal length...

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PLANTING PATTERN The planting pattern is single row or double row according to local practice, soil, climate and variety. With mechanical harvesting a single row pattern is common. Planting depth is generally 10-15cm. The crop is grown by vegetative propagation and requires 40,000 two-bud or 30,000 three-bud setts per hectare in order to maintain desired millable tillers. Stalk population target of 130,000 ha for high yields. Recent results of Jain in India achieve higher yields with planting of 62,000 ,two- bud, at 165cm row spacing, results with 150,000 tillers and 250 ton /ha Double...

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Development stages To calculate the daily water requirement multiple the daily ET by the relevant Kc. Tensiometers guide line The Tensiometer (moisture sensor in the soil) can assist in the decision when to irrigate and can control accesses of watering. Installation depth: 20cm Moisture tension trigger for irrigation: 15 - 25 centibars at tillering and grand growth 60 centibars at ripening period FERTILIZATION Sugar cane is a heavy consumer of nutrients. Its root system is shallow and fibrous, therefore, fertigation is recommended for higher nutrient availability and use efficiency. The aim...

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Fertilizers (kg/ha) Vs. growth stage DRIP SYSTEM Drip irrigation around the globe enable to double the yields while saving 20-40% water,30% fertilizers compare to furrow irrigation. Furthermore, drip irrigation accounts for the improvement in sucrose content compared to conventional furrow and overhead sprinkler irrigation . Drip system design The drip system can be above surface or as sub-surface (SDI).The SDI is gaining more popularity as it is more suitable for ratoon crop and modern harvesting. Dripper spacing According to soil structure: Sandy soil - 30 cm Loamy medium soil - 40-50...

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NAANDANJAIN RANGE OF SOLUTIONS DRIP PRODUCTS A special drippers models for sugarcane application (subsurface up to 7 years) that designed by NaanDanJain include Turbulent non PC and PC Anti Syphon (AS) drippers. Integrated Cascade labyrinth provides strong selfcleaning turbulence with excellent clog resistance features. TalDrip Thin wall dripline, highly efficient, accurate low energy product. Diameter 16-23mm,Flow rate 0.6,1.0,1.7 l/hr Top Drip PC&AS Thin &medium wall thickness , highly efficient self cleaning dripline. Diameter - 16-22mm ,flow rate- 1.0,1.6 l/hr Anti-Syphon(AS) model is...

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NaanDanJain is committed to finding the ideal solution for your Sugar cane crop, tailored to your local climatic conditions, soil, water properties, and budget. Contact our office or your local dealer for further information. © 2013 NaanDanJain Ltd. All rights reserved. All specifications are subject to change without notice. All information should be used only as a guideline. For specific recommendations contact your local agronomist. Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. NaanDanJain Irrigation Ltd. Post Naan 7682900, Israel. T:+972-8-9442180, F:+972-8-9442190 E:

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