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Fertigation: The Basics of Injecting Fertilizer For Field-Grown Tomatoes

Publication Number: P2037
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Fertigation refers to injecting fertilizer into an irrigation system. This is accomplished in drip (trickle) by using some type of injector to meter the concentrated fertilizer solution into the irrigation water. The basics of the system design are outlined in this publication.

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Authors

Portrait of Dr. Rick Snyder
Extension/Research Professor
Greenhouse Tomatoes and other vegetables, Field Vegetables, Mushrooms