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fertigate

(ˈfɜːtɪˌɡeɪt)
vb, -ates, -ating or -ated
(Agriculture) to fertilize and irrigate at the same time, by adding fertilizers to the water supply
[C20: from fertilize + irrigate]
ˌfertiˈgation n
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Precision farming system with automation including motors, inline drippers,panel board, timer control and complete accessories for the system including installation charges for the following fields:Vegetable plot Area-55 cents (drip- fertigation system required in 3
Sure-K can be effectively soil applied, through fertigation, or as a foliar.
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Increased yields and forage quality are expected when using nitrogen fertigation with TSW in Brachiaria brizantha cultivation, coupled with reducing input costs and underground water use in agricultural lands.
Kennedy, Suddick and Six (2013) reported significant reductions for buried drip irrigation versus furrow irrigation in tomatoes, namely due to increased fertilizer and water use efficiency with fertigation techniques via the drip.
Fertigation is used in Belgium and the Netherlands in Conference pears to increase the efficiency of nutrient absorption and to maximize the fruit production (PIETER et al.
However, there is still little information about fertigation management techniques, which would avoid the excessive application of fertilizers, reducing the risk of soil salinization and leading to the maximum productive potential of the agricultural activity.
The myriad uses of water during the industrial production process of a sugar and ethanol agro-industrial plant generate large quantities of liquid waste, which could possibly be reused in a closed circuit equipped with filters, in the initial washing of sugarcane and also in fertigation.
Alternative irrigation systems such as sprinkler irrigation, is an anotheradvanced irrigation technique for watersaving and fertigation and in accurately controlling irrigation time and water amount (Li and Rao, 2003).
On the basis of application, the global agriculture micronutrients market is segmented into fertigation, foliar, soil, seed treatment and others.