TITLE

Irrigation injector systems: Not just for nutrients any more

AUTHOR(S)
Frank, Luke
PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
Landscape & Irrigation;Jun2004, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the use of irrigation injector systems for applying both fertilizers and amendments that treat soil and water conditions. Fertigation factor; Lack of nitrogen and calcium in the leaf samples with sodium at a toxic level; Information on where to buy the injector system.
ACCESSION #
13858813

 

Related Articles

  • On soil...  // Landscape Management;Jan94, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p60 

    Presents the book `Organic Soil Amendments and Fertilizers'. Management and availability of organic materials in California.

  • Fertigation called on in Colorado. Roche, Jerry // Landscape & Irrigation;Jun2004, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p24 

    Reports on the plan to renovate several acres of sports fields and parks through fertigation systems in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Use of organic additives that are applied with the fertilizer ; Focus on the soil health in the root system; Turf Feeding Systems.

  • Praise for green waste compost.  // Horticulture Week;1/9/2009, p23 

    The article focuses on the significance of green waste compost on soil and crops. It notes that the compost can maintain long-term productivity of soils and benefit vegetable agriculturalists with the Single Payment Scheme criteria. Moreover, the role of coarser compost as a weed suppressant...

  • The impact of soil carbon management and environmental conditions on N mineralization. Kim, Inhea; Deurer, Markus; Sivakumaran, Siva; Huh, Keun; Green, Steve; Clothier, Brent // Biology & Fertility of Soils;Aug2011, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p709 

    Soil carbon (C) management is identified as a key element of sustainable agriculture, and an increase in nitrogen (N) mineralization rates is expected with an increase in soil C. However, any practical recommendation for using soil C management to substitute the application of synthetic N...

  • ECONOMICS. H. W. // America;5/18/1912, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p141 

    The article focuses on nitrogen as an important element in producing fertilizer. According to the article, nitrogen from waste would be deodorized and converted into transferable fertilizer that will be reused in the lands. The article also adds that since nitrogen fertilizer has become a...

  • High time to cut nitrogen rates.  // Crops;3/26/2005, p26 

    The article reports that winter 2004-05 has been drier than average, which means that fields will have more soil nitrogen available, and a lower requirement for nitrogen fertilizers. So, growers who did not reduce nitrogen in 2004 should follow advice this year and cut back. Many soils analysed...

  • Farmers missing out on soil improvement treatment. Riley, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly;7/2/2004, Vol. 141 Issue 1, p8 

    Reports that majority of British farmers are against applying treated sewage sludge to their crops, according to a survey. Percentage of the members of the Insight Panel of "Farmers Weekly" who had applied treated sewage sludge to their land; Reason behind the reluctance to apply the soil...

  • Soil test reveals need for amendments. Petrovic, Martin // Landscape Management;Jan98, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p30 

    Provides an overview on soil management which include the modification of soil's chemical and physical properties. Methods in soil physical management; Physical, chemical or biological types of soil amendments; Symptoms of soil problems.

  • INFLUENCE OF LIMING AND MINERAL FERTILIZATION OF THE CONTENT OF MINERAL NITROGEN IN SOIL. Bednarek, WiesÅ‚aw; Reszka, Renata // Journal of Elementology;Sep2008, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p301 

    Nitrogen is a key factor which shapes the fertility and fecundity of soils. Liming and mineral fertilization significantly modify transformations of nitrogen compounds in soil. The aim of our experiment was to evaluate the influence of liming and ammonium sulphate or calcium nitrate...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics