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fertigation

[‚fər·tə′gā·shən]
(agriculture)
The practice of fertilizing plants via a drip irrigation system.
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The other fertigation managements using saline solution did not differ from the exclusive management with solution of lowest salinity (T1) (Table 1).
During fertigation, emissions pulses were immediate but typically short lived, lasting between one and two days (fig.
In Spadona pear, the fertigation with P increased the concentration of this ion in the soil significantly when compared to the solid application of the nutrient (KLEIN et al.
Salinity caused by inadequate management of fertigation can be investigated with the use of several laboratory and field methodologies (Medeiros et al.
Fertigation is a new agricultural technique, which supplies water and fertilizer simultaneously (Castellanos et al.
On the basis of application, the Latin America agricultural micronutrients market has been segmented into soil, fertigation, foliar, and others (which include hydroponics and seed treatment).
In case, the soil need fertilizers at grain formation stage, farmers can apply soluble Potash at the rate of 5-10 kilogram per acre with water application through Potash fertigation technique.
Water and Fertigation Management in Micro Irrigation
We learned that the trees in India were drip-irrigated and provided with all the necessary nutrients through fertigation.
Because of advances in subsurface irrigation technology, millions of acres will no longer rely solely on surface-applied crop fertigation.