Fertigation is a phenomenon to increase soil fertility, fertilizers are disbursed with water and are applied/distributed along with drip systems to pour the field or along with the system spray or irrigation. Excessive research material shows the advantages of fertigation for traditional fertilizing modes to increase soil fertility.
Most beginner systems for home use need to be mixed with liquid fertilizer because they cannot dissolve soluble fertilizers with higher concentrated forms. Most industries that produce fertilizers for the advanced fertigation systems, are determined to produce fertilizer in liquid form because it is the only form where dispenser fertilizers can deal with.
- Increased assimilation nutrition by plants
- Accurate nutrition placement, where water traveling, nutrition also runs
- The ability of microdoses feeds enough nutrients for plants so that there is no nutrient waste that is not necessary through washing because of heavy storms
- Decreasing water use, synthetic fertilizer, and the use of other chemicals that can endanger the integrity of the soil
- Reduction of water consumption because of the ability of plant roots to trap and hold water
- The level of application of nutrients in terms of time and quantity can be controlled more efficiently
- The root risk that matches diseases transmitted through minimized land
- Increasing Opportunities to Avoid Soil Erosion Because Nutrition is passed through a water dripping system
Fertigation helps farmers in the right fertilizer distribution. The easiest form consists of a tank with a pump, a pipe for distribution, capillary, and finally pen dripper.
All work systems must be placed on platforms that are lifted or fixed, thus avoiding direct contact with the ground. Each system must have a tray to handle chemical spills. All fertigation systems must have a backflow prevention device if possible water pollution occurs.