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FERTIGATION APPLICATION SYSTEMS

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Although drip irrigation occurs in all kinds of forms, the principle remains the same. Water is put under pressure and is guided by tubes to the crop. Sangral™ fertilizers are highly soluble and can be mixed with the irrigation water in a tank. Due to this method, water and nutrients can be directly transferred to the plant roots, avoiding unnecessary wetting of the plant leaves and run off.
Schematic overview Venturi principle
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Center pivot irrigation is another method for irrigating crops. A large arm with sprinklers is attached to a central point (the pivot), from which it makes a circular irrigation pattern. Today also towable pivots are available. Those are movable pivots which can be used for multiple fields. Other irrigation systems have a swing arm which moves in a linear or triangle pattern.

Some pivot systems have except from the irrigation nozzles also specialized ejection systems for fertigation applications. Also for these purposes Sangral™ NPK can be mixed in the feeding tank.
Schematic overview Venturi principle
Pivot Systems
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Sprinkle irrigation is a form of irrigation by which water is sprayed over the cultivated land surface in the form of artificial rain. To create this precipitation, a water solution is put under pressure and is ejected through the nozzle of a device called a sprinkler. Sprinkle irrigation systems are available in various designs and irrigation capacities.
Two example of Sprinkler systems
Two Example of Sprinkler systems
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