Agricultural engineering is the engineering discipline that applies engineering science and technology to agricultural production and processing. Agricultural engineering combines the disciplines of mechanical, civil, electrical and chemical engineering principles with the knowledge of agricultural principles. This is what we utilize in order to ensure that we achieve the best results.
Water for irrigation usually comes from a stream, lake, river, canal, or groundwater well and water quality is typically low. Issues such as an irregular pH levels may also need to be addressed. It is imperative that these water issues be dealt with before the water is pumped onto a field. Our chemists and agricultural engineers work together to formulate the correct treatments for the water supply according to our respective ambitions.
The value of high humidity in the greenhouse is well known, but knowledge of humidity–plant interaction under field conditions is comparatively slight. Other things being equal, the evapotranspiration rate decreases with increasing humidity; thus, rate of water use is higher at low levels of humidity. The benefits of irrigation are apparently greater when the humidity is high, which simply means that the efficiency of water use increases with humidity. We will therefore create design specifications for the application of humidity control as and where integral and necessary.
At Sugar Stocks LTD we pride ourselves on our company values and ethics; we work diligently to ensure that our values and ethics are never compromised. We value Clients We value our work force and as such we will build a work force based on merit, integrity, transparency and inclusiveness We aspire to be a learning organization and we encourage ideas, innovation, excellence, enterprise and teamwork in employee We behave responsibly and ensure that all of our activities are environmentally friendly Business Goal & Objectives: We are proposing the acquisition of 400,000 acres (1620 km¬≤) of suitable land for the agriculture of Sugarcane and Sugar beet: Sugar Stocks LTD intends to divide the land for the purposes of agriculture with 100,000 acres (405 km¬≤) being dedicated to sugar beet and 300,000 acres (1215 km¬≤) being dedicated to sugarcane. Sugar Stocks aim to produce in the region of 54,600 MT of sugar per annum from sugar beet. Sugar Stocks aim to produce in the region of 229,680 MT of sugar per annum from sugarcane.