Irrigation Solutions for Coffee Producers

Irrigation is key to ensuring stable and sustainable production in coffee plantations. Supplemental irrigation is usually needed to meet coffee's water requirements at different growth stages. Plus, irrigation systems allow growers to simultaneously apply water and fertilizer to help plants better absorb nutrients from the soil. Senninger’s nursery and greenhouse sprinklers can improve coffee bean germination and plant propagation.



Senninger® mini-Wobbler™ sprinklers distribute water in an instantaneous, uniform application pattern over a large area. Their low operating pressure and larger droplet sizes result in very low evaporative loss and greater irrigation efficiency.



Senninger® Xcel-Wobbler™ sprinklers' uniformity and gentle rain-like application makes them ideal for germination, fertigation, salt leaching, and frost protection. Their low operating pressure and larger droplet sizes result in greater irrigation efficiency.



LDN® LEPA bubblers help ensure 95% to 98% of water pumped gets to the crop’s root zone. These sprinklers are installed 8 to 18 inches (20 to 46 cm) above the ground to combat wind-drift and prevent evaporation loss.

Control Your Pressure

Every system experiences pressure fluctuations, resulting in unwanted flow deviations and over and under-watering. Regulators maintain a constant preset outlet pressure with varying inlet pressures, which alleviates pressure differences that can cause an applicator’s area of coverage to change.

Senninger® black and white pressure regulators are renowned for their accuracy, durability, and ability to maintain the overall efficiency of an irrigation system.

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Pressure Regulators

Brazil produces about a 1/3 of the global coffee production. For over 10 years, Brazilian coffee growers have used Senninger's sprinklers, pressure regulators, and components on nursery and pivot installations to expand their yields and crop quality. Over in Guatemala, Senninger products can be found irrigating coffee seedlings from world renowned brands such as Starbucks.