The African micro-irrigation systems market is expected to grow with a CAGR of 7.54% during the forecast period 2021-2026.
Micro-irrigation systems are low or medium-pressure systems delivering water in the form of sprinklers, spray, mist, drip, and jet. Compared with the conventional methods, micro-irrigation systems are efficient and creative, due to the increase in water scarcity issues.
Micro-irrigation systems are prominent in the agricultural sector to prevent off soil erosion, decrease water wastage.
AFRICA MICRO IRRIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET REPORT COVERAGE
Market Size Available
2020 – 2026
2021 – 2026
By Mechanism, Cultivation Technology, Component, Crop Type, Application, and Country
Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Libya, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Rest of Africa
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The African micro-irrigation systems market has been segmented and sub-segmented based on mechanism, Cultivation Technology, Component, Crop Type, and Application.
By mechanism, the drip irrigation segment is leading the micro-irrigation systems market during the forecast period. The segment is projected to showcase extensive growth due to the rising acceptance of drip irrigation through many developed countries for a wide variety of crops.
Sprinklers and drip irrigation systems provide limited water to farms with minimum wastage. The micro-sprinkler segment is projected to have the highest CAGR growth rate during the timeline period.
By crop type, the orchard crops segment is dominating the micro-irrigation market as micro-irrigation is the most effective form of irrigation for orchards and vineyards.
The farmers' end-user segment is predicted to have the swiftest growth in the micro-irrigation market during the timeline period. The rising demand to increase crop productivity during addressing water scarcity concerns.
The African micro irrigation systems market is segmented into Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Libya, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, and the Rest of Africa.
In Algeria, cotton and wine are the largest producers in the agricultural sector. The Algerian government has taken some measures to surge agriculture by investing in huge capital.
In Ethiopia, the agricultural industry engages most of the population. Most of them produce less yield because of poor soil quality and drought. Irrigation in Ethiopia is a market with substantial room to grow. The Ethiopian farmers use the rainy season from June to August for watering their crops for one harvest. The government initiatives support the farmers and agricultural suppliers investing in drip irrigation systems.
Top Key Players in the Africa Micro-Irrigation Systems market
Jain Irrigation Systems Limited (India), Netafim Limited (Israel), The Toro Company (US), Lindsay Corporation (US), EPC Industries (India), Nelson Irrigation Corporation (US), Rain Bird Corporation (US), T-L Irrigation (US), Hunter Industries (US), Rivulis Irrigation Ltd (Israel), Chinadrip Irrigation Equipment Co., Ltd. (China), Elgo Irrigation (Israel), Antelco Pty Ltd (Australia), Microjet Irrigation Systems (South Africa), Irritec (US), Metro Irrigation (India), Irritec S.p.A. (Italy), Irrigation Direct Canada (Canada), Drip Research Technology Solutions (Turkey), DripWorks Inc. (US), and Raindrip, Inc. (U.S). are some leading players in the micro-irrigation systems market.
Recent Market Developments
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – Scope & Methodology
1.1. Market Segmentation
1.3. Research Methodology
1.4. Primary Sources
1.5. Secondary Sources
Chapter 2. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – Executive Summary
2.1. Market Size & Forecast – (2021 – 2026) ($M/$Bn)
2.2. Key Trends & Insights
2.3. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
2.3.1. Impact during 2021 - 2026
2.3.2. Impact on Supply – Demand
2.3.3. Impact on Production Cost
2.3.4. Impact on Supply Chain
Chapter 3. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – Competition Scenario
3.1. Market Share Analysis
3.2. Product Benchmarking
3.3. Competitive Strategy & Development Scenario
3.4. Competitive Pricing Analysis
3.5. Supplier - Distributor Analysis
Chapter 4. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market Entry Scenario
4.1. Case Studies – Start-up/Thriving Companies
4.2. Regulatory Scenario - By Region
4.3 Customer Analysis
4.4. Porters Five Force Model
4.4.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
4.4.2. Bargaining Powers of Customers
4.4.3. Threat of New Entrants
4.4.4. Rivalry among Existing Players
4.4.5. Threat of Substitutes
Chapter 5. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – Landscape
5.1. Value Chain Analysis – Key Stakeholders Impact Analysis
5.2. Market Drivers
5.3. Market Restraints/Challenges
5.4. Market Opportunities
Chapter 6. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – By Mechanism
6.1. Drip Irrigation System
6.2. Sprinkler Irrigation System
Chapter 7. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – By Cultivation Technology
7.1. Open Field
7.2. Protected Cultivation
Chapter 8. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – By Component
8.1. Drip Irrigation System
8.1.3. Valves & Filters
8.1.4. Pressure Regulators
8.2. Sprinkler Irrigation System
8.2.3. Pressure Regulators
8.2.4. Fittings/Sprinkler head
Chapter 9. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – By Crop Type
9.1. Field Crops
9.2. Orchards and Vineyards
9.4. Plantation Crops
Chapter 10. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – By Application
Chapter 11. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market, By Region– Market Size, Forecast, Trends & Insights
11.1. South Africa
11.6. Rest Of Africa
Chapter 12. Africa Micro Irrigation Systems Market – Company Profiles – (Overview, Product Portfolio, Financials, Developments)
12.1. Company 1
12.2. Company 2
12.3. Company 3
12.4. Company 4
12.5. Company 5
12.6. Company 6
12.7. Company 7
12.8. Company 8
12.9. Company 9
12.10. Company 10
Primary & Secondary Sources to Collect & Validate Data
Utilization of Both Top Down & Bottom Up Approach
Holistic Research Methodology
Scope & Introductory Research
In the initial stage of research, the scope for market is defined. In order to better understanding of the market, secondary focus is on different segmentations of the market. Preliminary research involves identifying key data points related to the market under consideration to estimate the market sizes to the best extent.
Based on the scope of the market and the key data points, a number of secondary sources are considered. This data collection stage consists of a team of analysts who gather data from various secondary resources, accessing proprietary databases and primary research by reaching out to key market participants and opinion leaders.
At this stage, collected data using several sources is arranged in structured format. The sources include industry participants, in-house models, key opinion leaders in the market ecosystem and databases. Historical data trends are established at this point, and compared to the current scenario. Based on the macro- and micro-factor prevailing in various geographies, proprietary data models are used to analyze key market countries. Key players in this market are listed based on their capabilities in revenue, sales, and development. The study also involves the identification of companies in the category of 'new entrants' and their potential effects on the market.
At this stage, the analyst team moves on to understand how the market has changed over the years. The total size of the market is gathered after an study of different business segments and end-users is done. An impact research is also done to see what factors will/may influence the market in the years ahead. The effect of various variables on the industry is often taken into account when forecasting market sizes.
Data verification is conducted at all research levels, however this stage is dedicated to more rigorous checking of the data points. At this stage, the estimated data is triangulated with company revenues and checked with industry experts including several senior executives and key opinion leaders in the market. The data is then summarized, and the findings are derived from the same for the report.
Quality Assurance & Report Preparation
Holistic research methodology is followed with combination of Top Down and Bottom Up approach to undertake the estimation and forecasting task in order to ensure quality of data. At this stage of the research process, a dedicated QA team checks the data and approves after several predefined checks. Each section is checked and questioned to make the report accurate and reliable. In case of discrepancy, a team of analysts reviews the issue, and the whole process is repeated again. That significantly improves the report's quality. After approval, all the parts of the report are brought together and is formatted by highly trained team thus making it ready to dispatch.