Microirrigation Systems Market: Global Outlook, Trends and Forecast to 2026

Water is an essential for agricultural production and thus it plays a key role in food safety. Irrigated agriculture is considered to be at least twice as productive per unit of land compared to rainfed agriculture. It further facilitates increased production and crop diversification. Due to factors such as rising populations, increasing urbanization and climate change the share of freshwater resources used for agriculture is estimated to decrease in the near future. Currently agriculture accounts for use of 70% of total freshwater according to insights from World Bank. Re-allocation of water resources towards water-stressed agricultural areas is necessary, and in such areas, water needs to be used very responsibly without any excess wastage. The use of modernized microirrigation systems is a potential solution for enhancing the use of water resources, cutting down upon the overall quantity of water used and also providing the crop with the right amount of water required for its optimal growth.

The global microirrigation systems market size was estimated to be valued at USD 9.7 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach a value of USD 15.1 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 9.3% in terms of value during the forecast period. Factors such as higher yield requirement from a limited area, rapid growth in greenhouse vegetable production, and rise in usage of artificial intelligence in microirrigtaion systems are some of the factors driving the growth of the microirrigation systems market. Over the years, substantial investment is made by global players in developing modern farming practices due to their higher returns on investment.

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Key insights & trends:

Benefits to precision agriculture: Globally food producers are becoming aware regarding the benefits of use of biological crop inputs such as pesticides and crop protectants and also regarding effective and modern methods of precision agriculture. Microirrgation plays a key role in precision agriculture as the farmer can decide on whether there are certain parts of the crop that may have different needs which is either watering or fertilizing. Both can be done using microirrigation, ensuring optimal supply of fertilizers to crops in a timely manner.

Rising use in green houses: According to HortiDaily, the January 2019 statistics of for global greenhouse vegetables were around 496,800 hectares. Greenhouses are being increasingly used for cultivation of high value cropping such as horticulture and ornamentals. According to Canadian statistics, vegetable bedding plant sales rose 15.9% to USD 172.9 million, while sales of ornamental bedding plants increased 12.1% to USD 232.7 million. The primary advantage of the drip irrigation system being that it saves water and nutrients (by supplying them exactly for the optimal growth of the plant) and, in addition, they maintain a constant level of humidity in the soil without causing puddles or dryness which why their installation in greenhouses in rising.

The drip irrigation segment of the microirrigation systems market is estimated to account for the largest market share, by type

By type, the drip irrigation segment dominated the microirrigation systems market. Drip irrigation also referred to as trickle irrigation, is a major type of microirrigation system. In drip irrigation, water is applied to each plant separately in small, frequent, precise quantities through dripper emitters. It is the most advanced irrigation method with the highest application efficiency. With drip irrigation, low soil moisture tensions in the root zone can be maintained continuously with frequent applications. The dissolved salts accumulate at the periphery of the wetted soil mass, and the plants can easily obtain the moisture needed.

Top five favorite cocktails in the world

Cocktails made with tropical liqueurs, such as raspberry liqueur, strawberry liqueur, or good old pineapple pina colada, are very popular, and the Mai Tai is a perfect example.

This drink was created in 1944 by Victor Jules Bergeron, Sr., who owned a bar called Trader Vic’s. The Mai Tai contains rum, orange Curaçao, Orgeat syrup, and lime juice, and it is often served with a pineapple wedge or mint sprig.

Another popular tropical cocktail is the pina colada. This drink was invented in 1963 by Ramón “Monchito” Marrero Perez at the Caribe Hilton hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It contains rum, coconut cream, and pineapple juice and is usually served frozen or on the rocks.

Some of the most popular cocktails in the world, however, are given below.

For good reason, the Margarita is one of the world’s most popular cocktails. It is made with tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur, and it is delicious and refreshing.

This classic cocktail was supposedly invented in 1938 by Carlos “Danny” Herrera at the Rancho La Gloria restaurant in Mexico City. It is said that actress Rita Hayworth ordered it one afternoon and liked it so much that Mr. Herrera put his own name on the drink. It was popularized by Margarita Sames when she served her own version of the drink at her vacation home in Acapulco.

The recipe for this cocktail is simple: combine tequila with lime juice and orange liqueur, and then shake over ice to serve on the rocks or frozen margaritas (frozen means blended with crushed ice).

Some recipes may also include triple sec instead of Cointreau as an optional ingredient for extra sweetness. As such, there are many variations on this drink, including frozen ones made using crushed ice, which have become increasingly popular over time.

A traditional margarita has a salt-rimmed glass, but this can be skipped, although the salt does add a nice touch. The drink is refreshing and perfect for enjoying on a hot day with friends or family.

The Daiquiri, made with white rum, lime juice, and sugar, is another popular cocktail enjoyed all over the world. It’s easy to make and can be enjoyed on the rocks or frozen. The drink was said to have been created in Cuba by Jennings Cox and contains just three ingredients: white rum, lime juice, and sugar. As with other cocktails, there are many variations of the Daiquiri, but it’s always refreshing and tasty no matter which version you choose.

Different variations include the addition of strawberry pulp, orange juice, or other fruit purees such as passionfruit, or whatever takes the bartender’s fancy.

For a frozen Daiquiri, the drink is shaken with ice and poured into a glass that has been rimmed with sugar and filled with crushed ice. You can also enjoy this cocktail on the rocks by adding all the ingredients to a glass filled with ice cubes and stirring them lightly before serving.

This simple yet delicious cocktail is perfect for enjoying all year round. If you’re looking for something different, try one that uses pineapple instead of lime juice-this will give it an extra tropical taste without being too sweet, like some fruity drinks tend to be! Various types: Strawberry, Lime Juice (or Pineapple), Sugar Syrup, Orange Juice Variations There are many variations of daiquiris.

James Bond’s favorite drink, the Martini, is made with gin and dry vermouth and served over ice in a cocktail glass garnished with an olive or lemon twist.

It’s really one of those drinks that can be enjoyed any time of day but is especially good during happy hour when friends come together after work to relax! Due to its popularity among celebrities like Marilyn Monroe, the martini has long been associated with pleasure, a luxury lifestyle and sophisticated taste.

There is also the Vodka Martini, which is made with vodka instead of gin and served in a martini glass. The classic martini recipe is simple: just mix one part vermouth (dry) with two parts gin over ice before pouring into your favorite cocktail shaker or mixing vessel!

The Mojito first came into being in the early 1900s when it was created by Don Facundo Bacardi Masso. The rum drink consists of five ingredients: lime juice, sugar syrup, mint leaves, and soda water (or sparkling water). It’s perfect for summertime because its light flavors make it refreshingly delicious on a hot day! Mojitos can be made with either white or dark rum, depending on personal preference; both types have the same great flavor!

There are many ways to mix up this classic cocktail, but most like it straight from the shaker with just enough ice cubes so they don’t melt while shaking vigorously until chilled – no need for any additional garnishes here either. If desired, some people may want theirs with different variations, such as adding chopped up pineapple cubes or passionfruit pulp to it.

Bloody Mary
The Bloody Mary is another highly popular cocktail that is made using vodka, tomato juice, and spices. It has a long history as one of the most famous drinks in history, with its origin story dating back to 1918 when Harry MacElhone created this drink at New York’s St. Regis Hotel for an American diplomat who was suffering from a hangover after drinking too much whiskey during World War I.

This classic cocktail is made using vodka mixed with either fresh squeezed lemon or lime juice along with Worcestershire sauce, which gives it that tangy taste while adding some spice thanks to pepper; optional additions include celery stalks as garnish on top of these ingredients before they are shaken vigorously until chilled so all flavors combine well together into what will be your perfect Bloody Mary cocktail

Attractive Opportunities In Plant Extracts Market (Global Forecast to 2026)

A plant extract is a substance or an active ingredient with desirable properties; this extract is removed from the tissue of a plant, usually by treating it with a solvent to be used for a particular purpose. Extracts may be used in various sectors of activities, including pharmaceuticals for therapeutic properties, food & beverage products for functional properties, and cosmetics with functional properties for beauty and well-being. The global plant extracts market is projected to grow from USD 30.8 billion in 2021 to USD 55.3 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 6.0% from 2021 to 2026. With the growing health awareness, the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, and the need for nutrition enhancements among consumers, plant extracts find applications in various end-user industrial applications.

According to a recent nationwide government survey found that natural products, including dietary supplements, are used by approximately 18% of adults. With the increase in trend of healthy eating and healthy lifestyle, the demand for herbal dietary supplements has increased tremendously. Herbal dietary supplements, sometimes called herbals or herbal dietary supplements, are products made from plants, plant parts, or plant extracts. They contain one or more ingredients meant to supplement the diet. Herbal dietary supplements improve health, and these ‘natural’ remedies are both effective and free from the side effects that may occur with other medications. All these factors are in increasing the consumption of dietary supplements extracted from plants. Hence, surging the market growth for plant extracts.

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Covid 19 impact on plant extracts market

The COVID-19 pandemic had significantly impacted almost all industries across the globe. This pandemic has resulted in mass production shutdowns and supply chain disruptions, which has also affected the economy as well.

In the current scenario, it has become important to boost the immunity to fight coronavirus, along with maintaining hygiene and following all medical advisories that have been laid down. Even the guidelines provided by World Health Organization (WHO) in its COVID-19 analysis suggest the world population consumes immunity-boosting foods. Hence, the demand for medicinal plant extracts carrying properties of boosting human immunity is at the surge in the pharmaceuticals & nutraceuticals industry. This in turn will boost the market of plant extracts globally.

The Pharmaceuticals & dietary supplements segment is projected to dominate the market by application. This growth can be attributed to the increasing awareness of people related to bacterial resistance toward allopathic medicines. As a result of the increasing incidents of illnesses due to stressful and busy lifestyles, consumers are demanding functional food and supplements for regular consumption. Some of these supplements include phytomedicines and herbal extracts, which are composed of naturally occurring components; they are scientifically demonstrated to promote positive effects on the target functions beyond basic nutrition.

The fruits, flowers, and bulbs segment is projected to hold the largest market share during the forecast period. All of these sources are used in diverse applications, including herbal extracts, flavors and fragrances, aromatherapy, personal care, and toiletries. Owing to multiple functionalities and the presence of several phytochemicals, these parts of the plants are majorly used for extraction and are in high demand from various industries. In the food & beverages application, flowers and fruits are generally used to provide flavors and aroma. Essential Oils from flowers, when incorporated into finished products impart various benefits, such as a pleasant aroma in perfumery, shine or conditioning effects in hair care products, and improving the elasticity of the skin.

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The Asia Pacific market accounted for the largest share in 2020. This dominance is attributed to factors such as a surge in the consumption rate of vegan food & beverage products, the rise in the demand for functional food products, and the increase in awareness related to the health benefits associated with the consumption of clean-label food products among consumers. Furthermore, the region has several small and medium-sized manufacturers of plant extracts that are well-versed with the processing of plant extracts and aware of the benefits offered by them. Manufacturers in Indonesia, India, and Thailand are continuously investing in the market and focusing on innovation to expand their product range. This is due to the rise in the trade of plant extracts between Asia and international manufacturers of plant extract-based products.

This report includes a study on the marketing and development strategies, along with a study on the product portfolios of the leading companies operating in the plant extracts market. It consists of the profiles of leading companies such as the major plant extract manufacturers include Givaudan (Switzerland), Sensient Technologies Corporation (US), International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc (US), Kangcare Bioindustry Co., Ltd. (China), Synthite Industries Private Ltd. (India), and PT. Indesso Aroma (Indonesia).

Big Presentation Checks – Reusable Dry Erase Checks Can Be Used Hundreds of Times

Easily cut down on the cost of big presentation checks by applying a dry erase finish over a blank or semi blank check. The erasable finish will allow you to write on the check with either dry erase or liquid chalk markers and wipe them clean after the presentation. Most erasable finishes will give you hundreds of uses or more.


Saves you from getting individual checks for each donation.

Glossy dry erase finish can cause glare problems when photographing.
Writing with dry erase makers will not be as bold as a computer printed check.
Cleaning off can be a problem if left for long periods of time.

When making erase checks you want to have as much information printed as possible. Have your logo printed and/or your business name as well as any constants such as signatures or charities you are giving to. The more you can print the better it will be seen in the marketing photo.

When taking the photo tilt the check slightly to avoid a glare from the flash. Take a few photos with the check on different angles to make sure you get a shot without the glare.

Cleaning off your erasable check can sometimes be an issue, I suggest you erase it soon after the presentation is over, while the ink is still soft. If you happen to forget to clean it after the presentation and the marker doesn’t come off well you can purchase some dry erase cleaner at you local office supply center, or a quick trick if you don’t have the time, is to write over the dried marker with a dry erase marker. Once you write over the ink it will soften up the dried marker and you should be able to easily erase it all.