Irrigators are spending billions of dollars on irrigation equipment, but that’s a small part of a $5 trillion industry, according to a new industry report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
That’s despite the fact that more than 90 percent of irrigation equipment purchased by the U,S.
irrigators is for use with the sun.
But the report said that, overall, the industry is losing money.
Irrigations and irrigation equipment costs are rising more than other industries, as consumers spend more on groceries, cars, TVs and other everyday items.
Irradiance and other energy-intensive industries are losing ground, and they’re spending more than any other industry, the report found.
Industry experts are divided over the report, which was prepared by the National Irrigated Water Management Council (NUIWMC), an industry group.
The NUIWMDC found that the total value of irrigation hardware and equipment in 2017 was $7.8 billion.
That was up from $6.9 billion in 2016.
The report said the industry needs to invest $2.2 billion in the next two years to meet its long-term needs.
More than half of the equipment that irrigators use in their operations is for irrigation on the ground, which means the market for irrigation equipment is growing.
Irrigation equipment that’s on the market now is worth $3.9 trillion, according the report.
Irricultural equipment is also worth more than its value on the farm, and a lot more.
The total value on farms and on the water table for irrigation is now more than $25 billion, or 10 times the value of the most expensive equipment, according with the report titled Irrigator’s Irrigating Tool Costs.
The NUIHMC said the value is growing faster than the value on land and the water.
The industry has been losing money for years, according Dr. Paul Clements, the director of the NUI WMDC.
Irregularly rising costs have been the main reason for that.
Clements said that irrigation equipment needs to be replaced more often, so more people are taking advantage of irrigation technology.
He said that while it is possible for farmers to use water from the irrigation system to irrigate crops, many farmers do not have access to reliable water sources, and many farmers are also buying their water from private wells.
We are going to be losing water, he said.
In addition, he added, the average cost of irrigation irrigation equipment has increased faster than that of other types of equipment.
It costs the average farmer $3,000 per acre for irrigation irrigation water, compared with $1,300 in the mid-1990s, according.
That is more than the annual cost of $15 for a single-family home.
But the NuiWMDMC said that the value for irrigators in the past three years has been greater than the amount of water used in agriculture, and that it will continue to grow, with the addition of new technologies, such as drip line systems and new technology to increase the efficiency of irrigation.
The NuiHMC also found that there are a lot of people out there who are buying their irrigation equipment with the expectation that it’s going to last forever, and those people will never be able to use it.
We’re going to see a lot, said Clements.
It’s a growing industry.
Clements noted that the industry has a lot to offer.
He said that he hopes that the government will make a big investment in irrigation infrastructure in order to make it more affordable for farmers.
The report also said that prices are on the rise because of the increased use of the sun and because of rising temperatures, which are driving water use in crops.
In the past, prices have dropped because of weather and because farmers have had to adjust their irrigation technology to account for the warmer temperatures.
“There is no reason for farmers not to be buying irrigation equipment and irrigation products, especially in the hotter summer months, as the temperature increases,” the report concluded.
Read more from National Geographic: