Providing the ideal amount of water and nutrients directly to the rootzone of each plant has long been proven to increase crop yield while reducing input costs. Netafim pioneered the concept.
Our intelligent precision irrigation systems go further, revolutionising the agricultural economy by eliminating waste, reducing fertiliser, labour and land requirements while increasing crop quality and quantity season after season.
To maximize both your yields and your long-term success, our agronomists work with you, offering personalized support, guidance and best practices every step of the way. Whatever your challenges, they’ll provide you with the most accurate, up-to-date global intelligence on how to use precision irrigation to improve your yields and crop quality, based on over 50 years of experience.Learn more
Our Digital Farming products and solutions give you more precise, automated control over every detail of your farm, and deeper insights into your crop health, soil conditions and yield performance – with support and guidance at every step. So it’s easier to run your farm and boost your profitability.
Today, the best way to deliver bigger, better, more profitable yields is also the most sustainable agriculture. Find out how we work with partners to protect the environment, empower populations and enable global prosperity with precision irrigation.
Trusted by the leading agricultural businesses in Australia and around the world. Meet the real heroes of precision irrigation - our growers.
Mrs. Gina Rinehart
Hancock Prospecting Group | S. Kidman & Co
We are Australia’s second largest export earner with $1 out of every $7 export dollars coming from farm produce and this helps raise enough taxes to help pay for our roads and bridges, hospitals, police – the list goes on.
National Agriculture and Related Industries Day is the day to pose a question, for all Aussies to please consider: “Where would our country be without our farmers, pastoralists, fishermen, market gardeners, fruit, flowers and timber providers, viticulturalists, pearlers, poultry and bee keepers, in short, without our Agriculture?”
It is a day too to remind our government and media of the many related industries, jobs and opportunities that depend upon the sustainability of Australia’s agriculture industry. If we didn’t have a sustainable agriculture industry, who would be paying the lost taxes to support our defence, police, airports, elderly, health, parks, public sporting facilities and more.
Today is a day to remind ourselves to be proud of our industry and to stand up for it – to let the government know that for our agricultural industry to continue to be a success, we must be a reliable exporter and grow our markets. We need to continually raise with governments our need to compete against other countries for markets overseas and be cost competitive internationally, for which the two T’s are essential – cutting government Tape, and lowering Taxation.